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Pharrell Williams Net Worth | Salary | Mansion | Career | Biography

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May 15, 2022

How much is Pharrell Williams worth?
Pharrell Williams is a prominent recording artist, producer, musician, and fashion designer with a $250 million net worth. Pharrell is the lead singer and drummer for the rock band N.E.R.D., but he has amassed the majority of his income as a solo artist and producer for other performers.

Early Years

Pharrell Lanscilo Williams was born in Virginia Beach, Virginia on April 5, 1973. He is the son of the handyman Pharaoh and the educator Carolyn Williams. Pharrell attended Princess Anne High School, where he participated in the marching band as a snare drummer. Two years after enrolling at Northwestern University, he dropped out. Pharrell, the eldest of three kids, began his career in collaboration with his boyhood buddy Chad Hugo when they founded The Neptunes to promote and sell the work of pop, hip-hop, and R&B musicians. Hugo and Williams also co-founded the same-named R&B quartet. Teddy Riley spotted them as they were performing at a high school talent event. After receiving their diploma, the band signed with Riley studios.

 

Career At an Early Stage

Pharrell Williams contributed a verse and helped produce Wreckx-N-Effects’ 1992 smash “Rump Shaker” He performed a rap solo on Right Here (UK Remix) for SWV later that year. In Virginia Beach the following year, Williams and Chad Hugo met the rap group Clipse, who later signed with Arista Records. Hugo and Pharrell had established themselves as a production team by the time they co-produced Tonight’s the Night by Blackstreet. Over the next three years, they dabbled with producing until 1998, when N.O.R.E.’s “SuperThug” brought them some success. The song hit number 36 on the Billboard chart and brought the duet their first worldwide recognition.

 

The Neptune

In 2000, The Neptunes produced a Jay-Z song titled “I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me)” containing a chorus by Pharrell. The Neptunes produced the lead single for Britney Spears’ third album, the catchy hit “I’m a Slave 4 U.” after Britney Spears’ interest in the song. Later the same year, Williams, Hugo, and Haley released their debut album as N.E.R.D., titled “In Search Of…” The Neptunes produced Nelly’s hit “Hot in Herre.” which reached No. 1 in the United States. The group released their debut studio album “The Neptunes Present…Clones” in 2003, followed by “Fly or Die” in March 2004. Williams won two Grammys in 2004 for his cooperation with Justin Timberlake on “Justified.” one for Producer of the Year and the other for Best Pop Vocal Album. Williams was featured on Snoop Dogg’s No. 1 Billboard charting single “Drop It Like It’s Hot,” The Neptunes also produced “Hollaback Girl.” Gwen Stefani’s first solo hit track. The song reached the top spot in the U.S.

 

Solo Career

In 2003, Williams began his solo career. His debut song, “Frontin'” was released in 2003, and his debut album, “In My Mind,” debuted in 2006. Williams continued to create music for Beyonce, Britney Spears, and Madonna’s eleventh studio album, “Hard Candy,” which was released in April 2008. In 2009, he co-wrote and produced Jennifer Lopez’s song “Fresh Out of the Oven” He has been awarded Grammys for Producer of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Album, and Best Rap Song for “Money Maker.” Pharrell Williams has been nominated and awarded dozens of times more. In July of 2010, Williams composed the score for the film “Despicable Me” and in 2011, he collaborated with Adam Lambert on his new album. Pharrell Williams won four Grammy Awards out of eight nominations in 2014. Producer of the Year, Album of the Year, Record of the Year, and Best Group Performance were all awarded to him.

 

Girl, Pharrell’s second studio album, was released in 2014 and topped the R&B charts in the United States, Australia, Denmark, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. Additionally, the album hit number two on the Billboard 200 chart and in a number of other nations. His track “Happy” topped the charts in ten countries and was certified seven times platinum. Williams was also featured on the number-one songs “Blurred Lines” by Robin Thicke featuring T.I. and “Get Lucky” by Daft Punk in ten and six countries, respectively. He also produced “Blurred Lines” “Happy” and Ed Sheeran’s No. 1 hit “Sing” Williams replaced CeeLo Green as a coach on The Voice’s seventh season in March 2014. In June 2015, Williams and Al Gore created a seven-continent Live Earth concert to raise awareness about climate change. Something in the Water, a three-day music and culture festival, was created by Williams in 2019 on the Virginia Beach waterfront. It featured solo performances by Jay-Z, Snoop Dogg, Missy Elliot, and a number of other well-known artists. Williams and Hans Zimmer produced five songs for Disney’s “The Lion King.” later the same year. Continuously busy, Pharrell Williams has numerous fresh plans in varying phases of development or realisation.

 

Annual Earnings  of Pharrell Williams

2007 – $17 million

2008 – $20 million

2009 – $16 million

2010 – $13 million

2011 – $10 million

2012 – $7 million

2013 – $9 million

2014 – $22 million

2015 – $32 million

2016 – $20 million

2017 – $20 million

2018 – $18 million

2019 – $25 million

 

Total: $229 million

Business Ventures

In 2008, Pharrell Williams collaborated with Louis Vuitton to produce spectacles and jewellery. In 2009, Williams and Takashi Murakami collaborated on a sculpture at Art Basel. In May of 2012, Williams created I am OTHER, a multidisciplinary creative collaborative and record label. I am OTHER has its own YouTube channel and clothing items. Additionally, he has established two apparel brands, Billionaire Boys Club and Ice Cream Footwear. Ice Cream footwear has a store in Tokyo, whereas Billionaire Boys Club has a store in New York City.

 

Williams designed a series of sunglasses for Moncler in 2013. The 2015 film “Dope.” was executive produced by Williams. The following year, he partnered with Adidas and released his “human race” collection on July 23, 2016. From One Hand to Another (FOHTA) is a non-profit organisation owned by Williams. Their mission is to update the conventional community centre in order to empower impoverished children by providing them with access to cutting-edge technology, media, and art. 2017 also saw Pharrell collaborate with Chanel and Adidas on a €1,000 sneaker. In April 2019, Williams worked with Verizon to offer a music curriculum for Verizon Foundation Learning schools as part of a nationwide initiative. The organisation seeks to give free internet access and technology to middle schools with limited resources.

 

Personal Life

Williams now says he regrets his involvement with Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” a song whose controversial lyrics are believed to relate to sexual assault and have been criticised by many.

 

Williams and Helen Lasichanh were married on October 12, 2013. In 2008, their son, Rocket Williams, was born. “Despicable Me” from “Rocket’s Theme,” was written for his son. In January of 2017, Helen delivered triplets.

 

In addition to his other philanthropic efforts, Williams constructed a $35 million afterschool centre in his hometown of Virginia Beach. Additionally, he provided 114 Harlem High School students internships. All of them were accepted to college, and Pharrell’s donation was intended to assist them become the next generation of change-making leaders.

 

Real Estate

In 2001, Pharrell purchased a 9,000-square-foot waterfront property in Virginia Beach, Virginia, for $1.85 million.

 

Pharrell sold his Miami Beach home for $8.5 million in 2007. In the same year, he upgraded to a triplex penthouse with approximately 9,000 square feet of living space in Miami. This penthouse cost $12,500,000,000. In 2012, he offered this residence for somewhat less than $17 million. In 2015, he ultimately accepted $9.35 million.

 

Williams and his family moved to a 17,000-square-foot residence in Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles, in 2015. Tyler Perry was the former owner of the home, which he purchased for $15.6 million. In March of 2020, Pharrell placed this home on the market for $17 million.

 

Pharrell paid $30 million for a property in Coral Gables, Florida, in April 2020. The 3.5-acre, 17,000-square-foot waterfront property was previously marketed for $45 million.

 

Worth: $250 Million
Date of Birth: Apr 5, 1973 (49 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Profession: Record producer, Singer-songwriter, Entrepreneur, Musician, Rapper, Artist, Fashion designer, Drummer, Actor, Film Producer
Nationality: United States of America

 

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