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Pharrell Williams gets colorful in new 'Marilyn Monroe' music video

Could Skateboard P be on his way to another hit? With his current single “Happy” still sitting quite comfortably atop the Billboard charts, the multi-talented Pharrell Williams, is not only defying his age in regards to human life, but the ageless wonder is also doing some astonishing work in terms of churning out blazing anthems. In what is sure to be a summer party-starter, the Grammy award winning beat-maker looks to turn the chapter on his "Despicable Me 2" mega-hit by letting loose a colorful visual to his G I R L intro cut, "Marilyn Monroe,” which serves as the official second single from the set.

Months after the release of his controversial artwork, to which received flack for the lack of chocolate robed gals on his album cover, the “Blurred Lines” producer gets in a celebratory mood for the love of “women,” and spices it up by diversifying the clip with women from all walks of life – and let’s be honest here – they’re all quite the eye candy. Clad in his now infamous Vivienne Westwood hats; click to watch the Neptunes lead-man take it to the rooftops, dance studios, and universes in his cleverly enticing visual above.

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