Grammy-winning producer Pharrell Williams is reportedly going to turn heads with an upcoming appearance on Fox’s “The Simpsons” cartoon.

According to reports, Skateboard P will appear on the long-running show as an animated version of himself.

EW has learned that the “Happy” rapper/producer/songwriter/fashion designerVoice coach will make a cameo appearance as himself in the Feb. 8 episode of the animated Fox comedy. Titled “Walking Big & Tall,” the installment opens with a plot that’s based on the true story about a Milwaukee TV station in the 1980s hiring a composer to write a city-pride song, and he ended up shopping the same song to other cities. (Entertainment Weekly)

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Details about the actual February 8 episode have also surfaced.

In this case, Springfield learns that its official ditty is actually a carbon copy of many other cities’, and not only does Lisa try to come to the rescue, “Pharrell offers to write a new anthem for the town,” says Simpsons executive producer Al Jean. (Entertainment Weekly)

Aside from television, Pharrell is working on music veteran Snoop Dogg‘s next solo album.

Snoop Dogg has been teasing a new Pharrell Williams-produced album for a few months now, and at the Omnicom Media Group panel during the CES Expo in Las Vegas this week, the rapper finally revealed that the latest collaboration with his “Drop It Like It’s Hot” cohort will be titled Bush. Snoop – rapping under his own name for the first time since 2011’s Doggumentary – added that the LP should be out by March. (Rolling Stone)

Fans can look forward to the album coming out on Pharrell’s record label.

The album will be released on Pharrell’s I Am Other and Columbia Records. Stevie Wonder as well as Charlie Wilson are slated to make guest appearances. Back in Sept., the pair previewed their collaboration. Prior to Bush, Snoop and Pharrell have worked together on “Beautiful” and “Drop It Like It’s Hot.” (Billboard)