Pharrell is currently on the road promoting the Oscar-nominated box office smash Hidden Figures. In a new interview with BBC Radio 1 in the U.K. talk turned away from the movies and onto Pharrell's upcoming music plans. In the clip above he says that he will be working with Skepta again after their Konnichiwa collaboration "Numbers," and also discussed N.E.R.D.'s next moves.
Asked by Radio 1's Clara Amfo about Skepta, Pharrell praised the grime MC for being "deadass, serious" and did a small impression of him saying '"You get me?" in a London accent. On the subject of working with other British artists he added: "I need to do one more with him [Skepta] first and then we'll open it up."
Pharrell also faced questions about N.E.R.D. and the possibility of a new album or seeing the group perform live some time soon. The only answer he would give, however, was to say that "it's feeling really good and it's feeling really special." Check out the clip above, now.