The Grammy Awards may have come to a close on Sunday night, but thankfully, Pharrell Williams is still sporting his now-famous mountain hat.
The 40-year-old record producer caught up with E! News on Monday, Jan. 27 after he performed at the Los Angeles Staples Center for The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute To The Beatles, where he was still rocking his much-buzzed about fashion statement by designer Vivienne Westwood.
Pharrell took home four trophies at the 56th annual award show, including Producer of the Year-Non Classical, along with Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, Record of the Year and Album of the Year for his work with Daft Punk on their album Random Access Memories, and when asked about his success, the hitmaker was still in awe of his well-deserved accolades.
"Dude. I still don't even know how it feels, because I haven't even processed that I've had this kind of acknowledgment" he admitted to E! News, clearly humbled by the recognition.
In addition to his awards, the Grammy winner also made headlines for his gigantic hat (which he couldn't help but don again just one day later), and he even tweeted back to Arby's after the restaurant chain suggested the singer stole the fast food joint's signature logo.
"Hey @Pharrell, can we have our hat back," the officially Arby's Twitter account posted during the show.
To which Williams replied, "Y'all tryna start a roast beef?" before hilariously tweeting various memes of himself. (We should also note that a Twitter account, appropriately titled Pharrell's hat, was created less than 30 minutes after Williams walked the Grammys' red carpet.)
But despite the producer's seemingly free promotion of Arby's, he may not be getting any complimentary meals in the near future.
"I'm not sure," he says as he shakes his head when asked if he's going to get hooked up with free sandwiches (although we think there may currently be a roast beef sandwich stashed under his hat).
Still, we can't argue with his commitment to The Hat.
"Yeah, it's all good, thank you," he says when complimented on his favorite accessory.
Looking fab (and tall), Pharrell!