Despicable Me 3 hits theaters on June 30th in case you haven't been paying attention to the current media blitz. Also enjoying some heavy promotion right now is the Despicable Me 3 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, which drops on this Friday, June 23rd. Led by the Pharrell Williams' singles "Yellow Light" and "There's Something Special," the latter is the latest to get a video treatment and it's quite a Despicable affair.
The visual for "There's Something Special" once again finds Pharrell hanging with the Minions. This time around, the little yellow guys are their normal hi-res animated selves instead of the 8-bit vintage video game-like characters we saw in "Yellow Light." Against a backdrop of blue skies and pillowy clouds, they can be seen floating in the air playing instruments and doing aerial stunts. While they're floating about, Pharrell's singing head topped by a bright yellow knit cap joins in on the fun, with he and the Minions encircling each other in kaleidoscopic formations. While all this is happening, numerous scenes from Despicable Me 3 are cut in, and we see more of the action-packed animated film, which is sure to be a summer blockbuster.
There's more new music from Pharrell Williams on the way from the Despicable Me 3 soundtrack, with eight songs from the singer/songwriter/musician/producer featured on the collection. At this rate, there may even be more surprise music videos, so stay tuned to see more of Pharrell and his buddies the Minions, too.