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24 May 2014, 13:29
Hear what Pharrell had to say about the 'Sing' star in his chat with Capital's Max this weekend.
Pharrell Williams has opened up about getting to work with Ed Sheeran on his new album, and says it was a "pleasure" to record with the UK star.
The 'Happy' singer stops by Capital to chat with Max on her show this coming Sunday (25th May), where he chats about recording Ed's new song 'Sing', as well as appearing in the recently unveiled music video.
"I think that he is an anomaly, he's not easily describable, in the sense that he's not normal," Pharrell explained in his exclusive chat with Max. "He's different, he thinks about things different. He has a different perspective.
"It's a pleasure to work with him because I'm able to work with a different type of human being, who just sees things differently, and I'm able to learn and sponge things from him too," Pharrell added. "He really is [a sweet guy].
Earlier this month it was announced that Pharrell joins the likes of Miley Cyrus and Ed Sheeran on the line-up for the Capital Summertime Ball 2014 with Vodafone at Wembley Stadium on 21st June.
Keep it Capital this Sunday from 7pm for Max's FULL chat with Pharrell Williams.