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N.E.R.D's New Song "Hypnotize U" Produced by Daft Punk at Exclusive Listening Party Tonight

N.E.R.D. with some robots.
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We've been really curious about Pharrell Williams and N.E.R.D ever since we heard that the band's latest single, "Hypnotize U," was produced by Daft Punk. Are our favorite robots doing guest spots on the album? Will they make cameos at any N.E.R.D shows? We're not sure, but we do know this: Tonight, you can check out the new material before anyone else gets the chance.

Starting at 10 p.m. in the Florida Room at the Delano, Giant Step will be hosting Svedka Vodka Sessions and an exclusive N.E.R.D listening party for new full-length Nothing, and we've got a way to get your name on the list.

Nothing won't be released until November 2. But you can get a sneak peek of the whole thing tonight. Just go to this link and sign up to RSVP for free entry to tonight's shindig. It's that simple. Who knows, you might be hearing it with the boys from the band themselves, or other celeb fans. Only thing is, you have to be 21 or over to get in.

Check out Pharrell and friends "Hypnotizing" a bunch of models on Letterman below, and tell us what you think. Are you hyped up for their new album?

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