Yesterday was all about Pharrell Williams' Chanel duet with Cara Delevingne. But, today we're talking about the new track he produced for a different iconic blonde: Gwen Stefani.
Pharrell previewed "Spark the Fire" on November 9, telling the crowd at the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival that the tune was "about feminism."
And, it very well may be. It's just kind of hard to tell when the chorus is "Who got the lighter / Let's spark the fire," and there are a lot of references to being "high." Or, maybe it's about arson? Or, maybe Pharrell is trying to get everyone off his back for "Blurred Lines"? Or, maybe it is feminist because Gwen Stefani's singing it and she's awesome? Are we getting warmer?
Listen to the song below to see for yourself. It's hardly "Run the World (Girls)," but it is catchy. (Stereogum)
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