Pharrell Debuts "Freedom" at Glastonbury Festival

The new single will also be Apple Music’s first exclusive.

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After treating us to a sneak peek in an Apple Music Beats 1 Radio commercial, Pharrell has finally debuted “Freedom” to the delight of fans at Glastonbury Festival. Just days ahead of the launch of Apple Music, Pharrell’s latest banger will serve as the music streaming service’s first exclusive, along with its accompanying music video. This release hints at bigger musical projects coming up from the megawatt star, although no releases have been planned or announced as of yet. But hoping to make a splash, Apple undoubtedly chose the right partner. The multi-hyphenated and Oscar-nominated singer’s endorsement will surely bring in hordes of listeners to the streaming service. Will you be tuning in on June 30?

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