Lost Queen


  • This song finds Pharrell singing of a woman who's popped into his life from nowhere. Skateboard P refers to her as his "lost queen," and he expresses his desire to treat the lady like royalty and serve her.
  • Both this track and "Come Get It Bae" were mixed by Jimmy Douglass. The New York City native began working with up and coming producer called Timbaland in 1994 and served as his main engineer for more than a decade collaborating on classic projects from artists such as Aaliyah, Missy Elliot, Jay-Z and Snoop Dogg plus Grammy winning albums for Justin Timberlake.


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