Pharrell Williams Debuts ‘Freedom’ at Glastonbury

Before Kanye West shut down Glastonbury, Pharrell Williams took the Pyramid Stage on Saturday. During his uplifting set, he performed his new song “Freedom” for the first time live.

“I don’t care how much money you have in the bank account, I don’t care how rich your family is, or where you come from. If you’re a human being, you need some sort of freedom,” declared The Neptunes hitmaker.

Accompanied by his Baes, he debuted the empowering anthem as racing driver Lewis Hamilton looked on: “Hold on to me, don’t let me go / Who cares what they see / Who cares what they know / Your first name is Free, last name is Dom.”

The song and video will be available exclusively on Apple Music on Tuesday, June 30.