Before closing out this year’s Brit Awards with Nile Rodgers, Pharrell spoke backstage with BBC Radio 1’s Zane Lowe on his upcoming album G I R L. Due March 3, Skateboard P breaks down the meaning behind the album’s title, which is purposely in all-caps with two-spaces in between.

“The reason why I named it G I R L in capital letters is because when you look at it, it looks a little weird. And the reason why it does is because society is a little unbalanced. And I just thought like, if I’m gonna make an album, I need to make an album that says everything that I’ve ever wanted to say, like dreamt of.”

Read more of Pharrell’s explanation below, and head to iTunes for pre-order.

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“Women have been so good to me over this entire career and they’ve done so much for my family. Everything I’ve ever gotten is because they’ve paid for so they’re like my bosses—indirectly and directly. You guys are like my bosses. So for me, I wanted to analyze that for a second.

To me there’s an unbalance that’s out there in the world. I admire women in a lot of ways, but I needed to make sure that everyone knew that like, Yeah, OK, cool. On the surface, I do look and I do like them and I appreciate them in my little dirty ways here and there, but at the core, is what I’m telling you. We need them. Every living breathing human being on this planet regardless to your sexual orientation benefits from two things from a woman: the agreement to enter the act and the agreement to have you. So they have the power. Every human being has come through those silver-lined doors.

I want everyone to keep in mind that at the core, when you cut this album open that’s what comes out is that purpose. G I R L, I think, is my best work yet”

Thanks to Rap-Up

Previously: Pharrell Announces G I R L Album, Reveals Cover & Release Date