Pharrell Williams: 'Miley Cyrus' album is nowhere near what you think'

N*E*R*D producer is currently working with the teen singer on her fourth album

Pharrell Williams: 'Miley Cyrus' album is nowhere near what you think'

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Pharrell Williams has claimed Miley Cyrus' new album will be "nowhere near what you think".

The N*E*R*D man is currently producing Cyrus' fourth album and has said that her new record will sound unlike anything the pop singer has done before, adding that it is "sounding interesting".

Williams told MTV.com:

Her sound right now is her personality...That's what we've been aiming for in the studio.


Earlier this year, the songwriter and producer got tongues wagging when he tweeted a picture of himself with Odd Future's Tyler The Creator and Miley Cyrus in a studio together. The picture, titled 'In the lab…', prompted speculation that the trio were collaborating on a track.

The Neptunes producer uploaded the photo on his personal Twitter account on October 29:



It is unclear whether the photo of the trio together was during the recording of Miley Cyrus' fourth album or if they were teaming up for another project.

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