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Pharrell Performs Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky' For The First Time: Watch
Pharrell Williams couldn't help but perform Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" not once but three times at last night's (April 19) HTC One launch event.
"Man these guys that made this record, they're like so far beyond their time. I'm honored to know those guys, those robots," he said. "Those guys we have a lot of incredible history together. So when they called me over the summer, I just remembered thinking one thing... Try to get lucky right?"
Last night was the first time the song has been performed live since its release on April 18. The full version of Daft Punk's first single off their upcoming album, "Random Access Memories," came days after it was teased during the first weekend of Coachella 2013.
Before closing his 16-song set at Brooklyn's House of Vans, Pharrell blazed through his hits, both his own and those he has produced, including Busta Rhymes' new reggae-influenced song, "Twerk It Out."