Pharrell Clears the Air On "Blurred Lines" Chauvinism In the New Interview in GQ magazine

HipHop News Posted on October 14, 2019 at 8:05am

Pharrell Clears the Air On "Blurred Lines" Chauvinism In the New Interview in GQ magazine

Denounces the song of success while talk of male masculinity.

Although Pharrell Williams never seems to age, their vision of the 2013 hit song "Blurred Lines" has matured. In a new interview with GQ magazine in modern masculinity, the Hip-Hop icon totally denounced that led the track to appear in and co-wrote with Robin Thicke, after realizing "we live in a culture that is macho country".

In spite of the severe reaction to the lyrics of the song — universities even banned the song — Pharrell I needed time to reflect..focused on the ad {

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"I didn't get it the first time," he says. "Because there were older white women who, when the song came, they would behave in some of the most amazing ways ever. And I would be like, wow. They would have me blushing. So when he started to be a problem, lyrically, I was like, What are you talking about?

"There are women that I really like the song and connect with the energy that it puts in place. And I know you want it—the women to sing that kind of lyri


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