From "Blurred Lines" and "Happy" and "Sing." Pharrell has been on a major hot streak basically his entire producing career, crafting hit single after hit single with some of the biggest artists in the world. But in a true testament to his artistic side, the famous beatmaker has stretched his limits by working with loads of artists that fall out of his usual sound and/or might not be that huge of a star (yet).
Fall Out Boy's Folie a Deux is a largely underrated album with their fanbase: Its release delays and so-so performance on the charts overshadowed the interesting experimentation that was coming from the group. That included recruiting Pharrell for a rocky-slightly-funky "w.a.m.s." There's even a jazzy interlude!