on 10/21/2014 | 10:34
That Cara Delevingne has what it takes to be a singer, she showed us in 2013 with the song “Sonnentanz” with Will Heard. Now the production of their debut single is in full swing. Cara Delevingne gets help from music legend Pharrell Williams.
It almost seems that everything Pharrell Williams touches turns to gold. This is probably what Cara Delevingne also thought, who quickly brought the successful producer on board.. The model is currently working with him on his debut single, according to the British newspaper “The Sun”. Cara Delevingne is not the only model who has already sought the help of famous musicians: Alexa Chung receives her musical mentorship from none other than Coldplay frontman Chris Martin.
As a source told The Sun, Cara Delevingne and Pharrell Williams had been working together on the model’s debut single for the past eight months. “They will release the song without notice, complete with video and worldwide release”the informant said. Shooting for the video should have started last week in Paris. Between Cara Delevingne and Pharrell Williams, it seems to work on both a personal and musical level: “It seems that he has founded a great collective of writers.”
Cara Delevingne: The song will be a complete success
“Apparently this is going to be a great song.”continued the informant from Cara Delevingne’s surroundings. That certainly wouldn’t come as a surprise, as all the songs Pharrell Williams has worked on thus far have been successful. This would make her singing career a success for music lover Cara Delevingne. Just last week, the model took to the stage in Paris during the sold-out Pharrell Williams concert to dance to the sounds of “Happy.”
Cara Delevingne brought Pharrell Williams on board to produce her debut single with him. It was certainly a smart move because Pharrell Williams is one of the most successful artists in the music industry right now. We can’t wait to hear the model’s first song and we’re excited to see what the two talents will bring to the stage.Image Source: Photo by Ian Gavan / Getty Images