Pharrell Williams' hat is officially the gift that keeps on giving.
The singer sports five versions of his now famed Vivienne Westwood "Mountain" hat in his new music video for the song "Marilyn Monroe" off of his current album "G I R L." The music video can be viewed below.
In the video, Williams wears that hat in magenta, red, brown, black and teal colors, all of which serve as accents to the wide variety of colorful locations in the music video. The videos finds Williams inside of a dance studio, a patriotic sound stage, on the roof of a building in downtown Los Angeles and on a dusty pink mountain top.
"Marilyn Monroe," which pays tribute to the unique qualities in a female, also features predominately female extras throughout, save for Williams and a handful of males in the background of certain scenes.
TV personality Kelly Osbourne also makes an appearance in the clip, emerging during the song's bridge for her spoken-word verse, "In honor of the groove, and to all who surrender to it, we say thank you ... and we take it back."
The song is one of the many standout jams on Williams' new album "G I R L," which was released in March. Check out a track-by-track review of the album here.
While the video is new for the singer, he confirmed to a fan on his official Twitter account on April 23 that "Marilyn Monroe" his "international single," while the song "Come Get It Bae" featuring Miley Cyrus is his next U.S. single following "Happy." It is common practice for American-based artists to release different singles internationally.
Recently, Williams was named as a coach on the popular NBC singing competition series "The Voice," replacing CeeLo Green for the show's seventh season in Fall 2014.
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