This full feature documentary examines everything Pharrell. Back in the day, Lee jeans reigned supreme in every hood. High top fades and gumbies ruled the rap game. Pharrell was six years old when the Sugar Hill Gang introduced the hit single "Rappers Delight" to the entire world in 1979. In the '90s, he and Chad Hugo formed the group the Neptunes and were discovered by Teddy Riley at a high school talent show. In 2001, Pharrell and partner Chad Hugo were named "Producers of the Year" at both The Source Awards and the Billboard Music Awards. 2004 had him walking away with two Grammy Awards: one for "Producer of the Year" and the other for "Best Pop Vocal Album" for he and Chad's work on Justin Timberlake's No. 2 Billboard hit "Justified." And by 2005, he was driving an Enzo Ferrari and a Mercedes SLR McLaren. Can you feel it? Pharrell has exploited his skills to reinvent the hip hop world.