Video Review: Pharrell x Miley Cyrus, ‘Come Get It Bae

pharrell-miley-baePharrell has released the visual for his latest single, ‘Come Get It Bae’, and I was surprised to see that it was featuring Miley Cyrus. Before I get into Miley’s appearance, let’s discuss the rest of video. On another note, I didn’t even realize she was featured on the song.

Disclaimer: If you thought the visuals for these songs wouldn’t revolve around women then you must not know that the album was titled G I R L.

Moving on, the video opens up in an audition type scene with different women dancing to the same choreo as Pharrell films tidbits here and there. Every woman adds their own flare to the dance and at certain times it shows the four screens of the women dancing to the same choreo at the same time.

Insert the smiley face mug at 2:04 and here comes Miley Cyrus in her ever so interesting attire. No problem with the crop top and shorts, or even the blazer with an embroidered spider. The thing on her hair is what was not needed. I don’ think she made the song horrible. She added great energy to it. I know she can be a bit outlandish, a lot of the time, but this was a nice fit for her.

At around 2:40, Pharrell gets up to start dancing with the girls who are ALL over him and it flashes between him and the girls and him and Miley.

This song has really grown on me and overall I give it a solid 4 out of 5. I love this more than Marilyn Monroe and I hope it gets some radio play soon.

“Beauty has no expiration date.” Get into the video below:

Video Review: Pharrell, ‘Marilyn Monroe’

Pharrell has released the video for his track ‘Marilyn Monroe’ from his album G I R L. Although I did no type of review on Pharrell’s album, it really needs no review. His music is so infectious it’s hard not to like it. You can be sick of ‘Happy’ yet when it comes on you can’t help but jam out and sing along with it.

The whole premise of this track is wanting someone different. Someone that is not of the average and iconic goddess such as Marilyn Monroe, Cleopatra, and Joan of Arc which were all mentioned in the hook. He wants a woman of her own kind and in essence it empowers every woman to be comfortable within her own skin and not constantly compare herself to that of what media perceives as beautiful.

My favorite visual was the red white and blue triangle he had going on which to me represented the U.S. and it goes for any country as well. You are beautiful regardless of what color your skin is, the texture of your hair, what you wear, etc. Every woman is beautiful.

Check out the video below: