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If there’s anyone determined to have a “Happy” New Year, it’s Pharrell Williams.The wildly popular singer, songwriter, record producer and coach on NBC’s The Voice is bringing his hit song “Happy” to life in a newly released children’s picture book (Putnam Books for Young Readers, .99), celebrating what it means to be happy in cultures throughout the world.However, soon after the song was released on video in November 2013, millions of people took notice and embraced the catchy lyrics and adorable dancing minions.The song rose to the top of Billboard’s The Hot 100 chart and remained there for 10 consecutive weeks, peaking at number one in 103 markets worldwide and spawning videos on You Tube of people all over the world dancing and singing along to “Happy.” It had not happened overnight, but Pharrell had finally achieved his dream of being a solo artist and a superstar.Completely out of ideas, he realized he was “over thinking” the concept of being happy and needed to relax and let his mind flow.For the song “Happy,” he chose gospel chords and said the lyrics finally came to him while taking a shower.“I misinterpreted what my friends were doing and thought the same thing was for me,” he said.“I was doing a watered-down version of what they were meant to do, and didn’t realize I wasn’t following my purpose.” .
Nowadays, Pharrell is front and center and can be seen several nights a week as a coach on The Voice, where he mentors future artists with uplifting advice and much-sought-after expertise.
“To be able to operate in the real world, you have to be able to obtain information.
That’s why I’m committed to promoting child literacy and believe my book is a perfect vehicle to help accomplish this goal,” Reading is also close to Pharrell’s heart because he attributes the internationally best-selling book by Paulo Coelho with dramatically changing his life.
The book’s main premise is that life is meant to be a journey for finding one’s true purpose, and once this is accomplished, the universe will conspire to make one’s dreams a reality.
Prior to reading the book and long before he was a household name, Pharrell often felt as though the universe was conspiring against him.