Yeah but that's only part of the story because what JT doesn't see is Chad making the song in the first place before P starts humming melodies. For example "nothing else" is Chad solo with a couple of added P touches.
But in the justified documentary all you see is P humming some words to it and playing the latrelle version, and then ordering chad to add a bridge (probably the story JT is referring to).
Chad stepped back from The Neptunes because he was spending too much time in the studio, until 6am sometimes, working on tracks for people he'd never even met. Do people really think he's putting in all those hours if the only thing he does is add bridges?
Nah I'm tired of people altering history and diminishing Chad's impact in the golden era 😭😭😭😭 I'm also tired and grouchy
Or how about the fact that he can do all of the conscious, or love stuff but also have songs where he goes ignorant P? I like artists that can do both, if I'm not having fun somewhere on an album, I don't really like it. It feels like a chore to listen to. Part of the reason that I'm 50/50 about Kendrick
In my opinion, when it comes to popular appeal for Pharrell - it's all about "Safeness". Pharrell is "safe". He doesn't have too many extreme opinions. Doesn't wild out. He's old, he has a family. He tries to be a feminist. He does nothing but praise people. He's a mild mannered, safe, cool, black dude, and parents of kids approve.
In short: Women like him because he's handsome and youthful. Guys like him because he's cool. Parents like him because he's safe. Kids like him because he made Happy, and dresses like a kid.
I totally agree. That's what I meant when I posted the topic. Sort of a perfect storm of kid and female appeal. And of course when women like something, guys tend to not be far behind.
Yeah I saw. I'm still not even sure I trust drew to pay attention to lyrics though lol. Gonna ask Kenna instead, because Siren has the "here she comes" lyrics a zillion times. + Kenna credited on the tape.