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Pharrell Says ‘Blurred Lines’ Verdict Handicaps Creators
Pharrell Says ‘Blurred Lines’ Verdict Handicaps Creators
Pharrell Williams has spoken out for the first time since the verdict in the "Blurred Lines" trial with Marvin Gaye's family. Pharrell says that the ruling greatly affects the creativity of artists. "The verdict handicaps any creator out there who is making something that might be inspired by something else," Williams said while speaking with The Financial Times...
Marvin Gaye’s Children Write an Open Letter to the Public
Marvin Gaye’s Children Write an Open Letter to the Public
Marvin Gaye's children have written an open letter to the public following their successful lawsuit against Robin Thicke and Pharrell for their hit single "Blurred Lines." According to Nona, Frankie and Marvin Gaye III—the late musicians three children—they penned the letter in hopes of "set the record straight on a few misconceptions" that have risen in the media with regards
Marvin Gaye’s Family Thinks Pharrell’s ‘Happy’ Is Copied Too
Marvin Gaye’s Family Thinks Pharrell’s ‘Happy’ Is Copied Too
Pharrell might not have seen the last of the Marvin Gaye family in a courtroom setting. After recently winning a $7.3 million lawsuit against the Virginia super producer and Robin Thicke over "Blurred Lines," the family of the late singing legend is asserting Skateboard P might have swiped another one of Gaye's songs without permission...
Robin Thicke and Pharrell’s Lawyer Will Appeal “Blurred Lines” Ruling
Robin Thicke and Pharrell’s Lawyer Will Appeal “Blurred Lines” Ruling
Howard King, the attorney who represented Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams in the "Blurred Lines" case says he will be appealing the verdict. The Hollywood Reporter reports that King will fight the ruling made on Tuesday (March 10) that his clients must pay over $7 million to Marvin Gaye's family for infringing copyright...

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