“And he makes music for everyone to love” Lebron James said it best in the introduction for Pharrell’s nostalgic performance. Skateboard P took everoyne on a trip down memory lane as he delivered hit after hit. He started with his debut solo single “Frontin'” and then Nelly came out to assist him in a very hot performance of The Neptunes produced “Hot In Herre”. Next up was Jay-Z’s hit single “Give It To Me”. Unfortunately Jay-Z wasn’t there to perform a verse, but Pharrell killed the hook before Diddy and Busta Rhymes came out for “Pass The Courvoisier” which Diddy appropriately plugged Ciroc instead of Courvoisier.
While introducing the starters of the Eastern conference the beat switched to Clipse’s “Grindin'”. Of course it wouldn’t be a medley of hits without last year’s number one “Blurred Lines”. My favorite part of this all was “She Wants To Move” and “Rockstar” with 1/2 of The Neptunes and 1/3rd of N*E*R*D Chad Hugo. Man. Snoop Dogg then joined Pharrell for “Beautiful”.
Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” was the next hit to rock the crowd, but the hit and hat that completely stole the night was Pharrell’s latest hit, the Golden Globe nominated “Happy”. A red version of Pharrell’s infamous hat made a return to the stage.
Experience the Pharrell All Star experience below.