“Most of my company is run by women. There’s a certain sensitivity to what I want to express and how I want to express it, so that’s what I want around me. I’m not saying it’s doomed or impossible to work with men [in my business], but it’s not what I prefer.”
The inimitable Pharrell Williams talks to Carrie Battan about his new solo record G I R L, the alleged sexism of “Blurred Lines”, and the prospects of a new Clipse album in our latest Update interview. (via pitchfork)
I’m really disappointed that Pitchfork let Pharrell off so easy on the rapey lyrical content of Blurred Lines. The lines he addresses aren’t even the ones that disgust most people.