OverDoz. Details Creating "Last Kiss" With Pharrell (Video Interview)

This is what being in the studio with Pharrell is actually like....
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For many artists, it'd be a dream to work with Pharrell. As one of the most talented producers in the history of music, Pharrell has already accomplished so much and is still showing an incredible passion for his craft. One way that he keeps that passion alive is by creating something special with new artists, artists like California foursome OverDoz.

Earlier this year, the Polo Grounds Music/RCA-signed band teamed up with Skateboard P for "Last Kiss," a single off their upcoming major label debut. We recently sat down with OverDoz., who broke down the making of the record with P, an experience they describe as "working with a sensei." 

Being around your idol would be a nerve-racking experience, but OverDoz. member Kent says that they were able to ease that feeling. "We talked for about four hours about everything," he mentioned about the session. "I think it made us a little less nervous, because it is Pharrell." 

Imagine being able to work with your hero, because that's now OverDoz.'s reality. The group's upcoming album, 2008, doesn't have a release date quite yet, but it's coming, and we're now more excited than ever to hear it. 

[By Sermon, writer and Boy Meets World connoisseur. This is his Twitter. Image via Twitter.]

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