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  • RE: Joe Kay's Soulection Radio Show #335 With The Neptunes Mix (2017)

    @Borsboom said in Joe Kay's Soulection Radio Show #335 With The Neptunes Mix (2017):

    Dope that he also played some of your edits @Mika

    yeh brah ive send him the whole collection

    posted in The Neptunes & Co.
  • Joe Kay's Soulection Radio Show #335 With The Neptunes Mix (2017)

    Joe Kay decided to put a whole 1h15min show dedicated to Pharrell & Chad on his latest Soulection Radio Show #335, check it out from 47:45 including the Tracklist below..


    • Kelis - Ghetto Children feat. NER*D & Marc Dorsey (99')
    • Buddy - Staircases (Instrumental) (DJ) (12')
    • Kelis - Get Along With You (Pharrell's Edit) (00')
    • Guru - Supa Love (Instrumental) (00')
    • NERD - Lasergun Carrying (DJ Freakiii Remake) (08')
    • Jay-Z - Change Clothes (Instrumental) (03')
    • Kelis - Popular Thug (Remix) (Instrumental) (03')
    • Babyface - There She Goes feat. Pharrell (01')
    • Kelis - Junkie For Your Love (01')
    • Fam-Lay - Get That Work Up (Instrumental) (DJ) (09')
    • Babyface - Stressed Out feat. Pharrell (01')
    • Donell Jones x Babyface - U Know Whats Up/There She Goes (Duncan Gerow Remix) (13')
    • Rosco P. Coldchain - Hot feat. Pusha T. & Boo Bonic (03')
    • Mystikal - Danger (Been So Long) feat. Nivea (00')
    • Pharrell Williams - That Girl (Instrumental) (06')
    • Q-Tip - For The Nasty (Instrumental) (05')
    • N' Sync - Girlfriend (Remix) (Instrumental) (02')
    • NER*D - Run To The Sun (Instrumental) (02')
    • NER*D - Truth Or Dare feat. Kelis & Pusha T. (02')
    • NER*D - Don't Worry About It (04')
    • Fam-Lay - Strung Owt (DJ Freakiii Instrumental Remake) (06')
    • Clipse - Mr. Me Too (Instrumental) (06')
    • Clipse - Ma I Don't Love Her feat. Pharrell & Faith Evans (02')
    • Fabolous - Young & Sexy feat. Pharrell & Mike Shorey (04')
    • Beenie Man - Girls Dem Sugar feat. Pharrell & Mýa (00')
    • Mase - Looking At Me (Instrumental) (97')
    • Jadakiss - Knock Yourself Out (Instrumental) (01')
    • Lupe Fiasco - I Gotcha (Instrumental) (06')
    • Jay-Z - Allure (Instrumental) (DJ) (03')
    • 702 - I Still Love You (Instrumental) (03')
    • Clipse - Virginia (Instrumental) (02')
    • The Neptunes - Clones (Intro) (03')
    • NER*D - Inside Of Clouds (DJ Freakiii Edit) (10')
    • Jay-Z - Excuse Me Miss Again (La La La) (Instrumental) (03')
    • P. Diddy - D.I.D.D.Y. (Instrumental) (01')
    • Ray J - Wait A Minute (Instrumental) (01')
    • Clipse - Let's Talk About It (Instrumental) (02')
    • Justin Timberlake - Rock Your Body (Instrumental) (02')
    • Snoop Dogg - Beautiful (Instrumental) (02')
    • NER*D - Lapdance (Instrumental) (01')
    • Justin Timberlake x Britney Spears - Like I Love You/I'm A Slave 4 U feat. Clipse (Duncan Gerow Mix) (16')
    • Kelis - Flashback (01')
    • Twista - Give It Up (Instrumental) (07')
    • Gloria Estefan - Heat (11')
    • NER*D - Hot-N-Fun (Instrumental) (10')
    • NER*D - Am I High feat. Malice & John Ostby (02')
    • Sade - By Your Side (The Neptunes Remix) (DJ) (00') (DJ)
    posted in The Neptunes & Co.
  • RE: N*E*R*D - No_One Ever Really Dies (TBA) (2017)

    on the set of JT's new music video !!!

    posted in The Neptunes & Co.
  • RE: Justin Timberlake In The Studio With The Neptunes (2016)

    🍋 @pharrell @nerd @mettenarrative @badgalriri

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  • RE: N*E*R*D - No_One Ever Really Dies (TBA) (2017)

    @Skletch lmao chill. I aint scheme my way to low budget video containing 1st year fashion students by impersonating a Jackson.

    posted in The Neptunes & Co.
  • RE: N*E*R*D’s Shae Haley On Kaleidoscope, The Kelis Album That Started It All: The Fader

    congrats brah so proud of you !!!!!!!!

    posted in The Neptunes & Co.
  • N*E*R*D’s Shae Haley On Kaleidoscope, The Kelis Album That Started It All: The Fader

    Congrats to Aaron/Mavis our Forum Member and Co. Admin for making his Fader debut with his Kelis article about the album that started it all. Back in 1999, a modern classic was set upon the world: Kelis' debut album, Kaleidoscope. It was the perfect soundtrack for the eve of a new millennium. Spaced-out pads, hard drum kicks, and cold synths gave the album a distinct electro-n-b feel we'd never heard before before.

    Kaleidoscope brought together a collective sci-fi vision of the 21st century, and presented it in song. Over the span of 14 tracks, the album covered everything from troubled relationships to pondering the existence of alien lifeforms. Hell, there was even a song about her stoner boyfriend getting sent by NASA to colonize Mars, because... why not? Regardless of the subject matter of any given song, there was a clear theme throughout Kaleidoscope: the idea of escapism, whether that meant escaping a cheating partner, a bad situation, or even an entire planet. It felt driven by the underlying optimism that something greater was waiting around the corner.

    One song that laid out this optimism most explicitly was “Ghetto Children," a riff on Slick Rick's "Hey Young World." Kelis used the joyous record to affirm and encourage: “No matter what teachers say to you/ Ghetto children are beautiful." But in addition to the value of its message, "Ghetto Children" was significant for one other reason. It was the first time N.E.R.D., the band comprised of Shae Haley, Chad Hugo, and Pharrell Williams, ever appeared on a record. It would be another three years before they released an album of their own.

    Ever a risk-taker, Kelis didn’t put major features on her first album, deciding to work with her then-unknown friends instead. (Kaleidoscope's second single, "Good Stuff," featured a pair of early verses from Clipse.) Over email, Shae recently recounted his first meeting with Kelis. “Pharrell introduced me to Kelis in ’98 at a studio in NYC. My initial thought was ‘She’s a f*ckin’ oddity’. She was the perfect first lady for the camp [Star Trak]," he said. "“Kelis has a relentless work ethic, while relishing the creative process. She’s hands down one of the funniest, [most] uncensored humans I’ve ever encountered.”

    Not long after that initial meeting, Kelis decided the band would be a perfect feature. “Kelis and Pharrell came up with the idea to feature N.E.R.D. and once I heard it, it was unanimous. The premise behind 'Ghetto Children' was to share positivity and aspiration. Kelis rented a house in Sandbridge, Virginia, and recorded the entire Kaleidoscope album there. Back then the creative process was either sifting through tapes full of loops [samples] or Chad and Pharrell banging away on the keys searching for a unique sound or idea," said Shae.

    “I can’t remember anything specific from that particular session ["Ghetto Children"] but while recording Kaleidoscope I do remember my first introduction to weed brownies. At the time I thought eating THC would instantly take effect, like smoking. I was all wrong. So two brownies led to three, when that shit kicked in, it was non-stop laughter and a bit of trippy hallucinating. My right eye still sporadically twitches from that experience.” It was those hazy sessions, hanging together in Virginia, that formed the basis of a near-mythical creative partnership that would span several years.

    When it came time for N.E.R.D. to release their debut album, In Search Of…, in 2001, Kelis was on hand again, appearing on the rock-rap-funk-orchestral-what-genre-is-this song “Truth Or Dare.” “'Truth or Dare' was, and still is, epic. She took a big dookie on that song. It has to be one of the top 50 hardest songs of all time," he said. “Kelis has a fearless, forward approach while giving no fucks. That level of confidence transcended for over a decade." When asked whether fans can expect Kelis and N.E.R.D. to collaborate once again, Shae only had one coy thing to say: “Time can only predict."

    posted in The Neptunes & Co.
  • RE: Andrew Coleman x The Fader Interview, Talks Making Kelis’ ‘Wanderland’

    Nice one @Mavis !

    posted in The Neptunes & Co.
  • RE: N*E*R*D - No_One Ever Really Dies (TBA) (2017)

    @Mavis for awhile

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  • RE: N*E*R*D - No_One Ever Really Dies (TBA) (2017)

    Some of y'all need to calm the eff down. You being upset and disappointed isn't going to change the fact that it's going to release when it releases and sounds the way that it is going to sound. Life tip: always temper your expectations, because they're often rarely met/exceeded. After years of asking for a new N.E.R.D album, we're finally getting one. Chad, Pharrel, and Shae don't owe us shit. Enjoy all of this for what it is. Times are trying right now, for the world in general. Enjoy the new direction, enjoy the new fans, enjoy each other, and be fucking content.

    posted in The Neptunes & Co.

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