Pharrell Williams: 'Crave' will hit italian radios from Nov. 25


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  Nov. 22, 2016 | by RDM Editorial Staff

Crave marks the return of 'cinematographic' by Pharrell Williams: the award-winning songwriter, producer, musician and American entrepreneur wrote and played, indeed, the previously unreleased song, taken from the soundtrack of the movie 'Hidden Figures' ("Il Diritto di Contare"), out in Italian theatres in January 2017. Crave will be played by italian radio stations from Friday 25 November.

Released on December 9, "Hidden Figures: The Album" is produced by Pharrell Williams in collaboration with Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch, it contains 10 new songs sung by Pharrell himself together with prestigious names of the international scene such as Alicia Keys, Mary J. Blige, Kim Burrell, Lalah Hathaway and Janelle Monae, which is also one of the co-stars of the movie.

"Hidden Figures" is directed by Theodore Melfi and is based on the book "Hidden Figures: The Story Of The African-American Women Who Helped To Win The Space" by Margot Lee Shetterly. The film tells the true story of mathematics, physics scientist and African American Katherine Johnson, who collaborated with NASA tracing the trajectories for the Mercury program and the mission Apollo 11. Using her calculations John Glenn became the first astronaut to make a complete orbit of the Earth. The film stars Taraji P.Henson, flanked by Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monae, Kevin Costner, Kirsten Dunst and Jim Parsons.

Tracklist of "Hidden Figures: The Album":

Runnin’ (Pharrell Williams)
Crave (Pharrell Williams)
Surrender (Lalah Hathaway e Pharrell Williams)
Mirage (Mary J.Blige)
Able (Pharrell Williams)
Apple (Alicia Keys and Pharrell Williams)
Isn’t This The World (Janelle Monae)
Crystal Clear (Pharrell Williams)
Jalapeno (Janelle Monae e Pharrell Williams)
I See A Victory (Kim Burrell e Pharrell Williams)


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