In a new interview with the Telegraph (via Gigwise), Pharrell Williams has expressed his thoughts on not getting the chance to collaborate with Michael Jackson before he died.
As Pharrell notes, he doesn't view the lack of collaboration as a sadness "because we're provided with circumstances that we deduce the lessons that are there for us to learn, and you have to be grateful for those."
Pharrell also revealed that he has "always wanted to work with Oasis" and when asked about the possibility of collaborating with U2, he responded
"F--k yeah! Hell yeah. Who wouldn't? I love sharing the spotlight. That's what it's for. It's like sunlight, right? It's not just for you and me. It's for everyone. There's room under the sun for everyone. I get a joy out of sharing the light."
The singer's latest solo album "Girl" was released in March.