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Watch: Pharrell Williams recruits Takashi Murakami for ‘It Girl’ clip

Pharrell Williams and Takashi Murakami are at it again.

Just months after the prolific singer and producer remixed the theme song from Murakami’s film “Jellyfish Eyes,” the equally prolific Japanese artist has returned the favor by producing a music video for Williams’ song “It Girl,” which appeared Tuesday on YouTube.

It’s a trippy, boldly colored clip in keeping with Murakami’s signature style, with visual elements borrowed from anime and video games.

“It Girl” is the final track on Williams’ album “G I R L,” which came out in March following a series of huge hits he helped create for other artists, including Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” and “Get Lucky” by Daft Punk.

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On Monday, Billboard reported that Williams is currently working with Gwen Stefani on songs for a new solo album from the No Doubt frontwoman, with whom Williams co-stars on “The Voice.”

Twitter: @mikaelwood


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