The annual Norddorf held by RAYMOND WEIL at the Hilton London Boning. In the Robbins O2 silver note event, the international superstar Pharrell Williams presented the Raymond Weil International Artist Award.
Pharrell Williams took over the trophy from Raymond Weil’s British brand director Craig Leach and the Raymond Weil Limited Edition Champagne City watch. Many live music stars witnessed this glorious moment, including: Jimmy Page, Sir Tom Jones, Black Sabbath , Chas & Dave, Paloma Faith, Giorgio Morodor, Laura Mvula, Gaby Roslin, and Gareth Malone.
Pharrell Williams and Craig Leach
Pharrell Williams’s new album ‘GIRL’ was widely praised as soon as it was released and topped the charts. The hit single ‘Happy’ has sold more than 5 million copies; the song was also included in the movie ‘Despicable Me 2’ ‘, And was nominated for this year’s Oscar for best original song. In 2013, Pharrell Williams partnered with the Daft Punk band to release the champion single ‘Get Lucky’ and produced the 2013 best-selling single ‘Bururred Lines’ for Robin Thicke. For more than 20 years, Pharrell has won several Grammy Awards and has participated in the production of several singles, including Britney Spears’ ‘I’m A Slave For You’ and Nelly’s ‘Hot In Here’, Loved by fans worldwide. In 2009, Pharrell Williams and Snoop Dogg also sang ‘Drop It Like It’s Hot’, which was selected as the annual gold song by the Billboard charts, and these are just a few of his many achievements.
Raymond Weil CEO Elie Bernheim said, ‘We are very pleased to present the Raymond Weil International Artist Award at the Nortel Robbins O2 Silver Notes Luncheon today. This year he launched Happy and’ Happy ‘ ‘Girl’ has been a great success all over the world and has experienced the most incredible year since joining the industry. He has also appeared on the stage of the British Music Awards and Academy Awards. This year is indeed memorable. In the past 11 years, We are fortunate to join the Norddorf Robbins Foundation in honouring the best artists in the music industry, and we are delighted that Pharrell Williams has been the winner of the 2014 Norddorf Robbins O2 Silver Note Raymond Weil Artist Award. ‘
Since 1976, the O2 Silver Note Awards brings together artists from all fields of the music industry to raise money for Norddorf Robbins Music Therapy. This year’s O2 Silver Note Awards Ceremony is still the ‘climax’ of a charity fundraising series, and a major event in the British music industry, attracting many big-name stars to come to the charity.
Raymond Weil presents Pharrell Williams Limited Edition
Music charity Norddorf. The Robbins Foundation is committed to using music to change the lives of people of all ages across the UK. The agency has received strong support from the music industry and has become the charity of choice for the British Music Awards and the Music Industry Trust Awards. So far, the O2 Silver Music Awards Ceremony has been held for 39 sessions, and it has been Norddorf since 1976. The Robbins Foundation has raised more than eight million pounds.
Winners of previous Raymond Weil International Artist Awards also include international music stars such as Vampire Weekend, Michael Bublé, Swedish House Mafia, Kelis, Meatloaf, John Legend, Foo Fighters, Bob Geldof, Bon Jovi and Kylie Minogue.