A judge has trimmed more than $2 million from a verdict against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams over their hit “Blurred Lines,” but is also giving Marvin Gaye’s family a share of future earnings from the 2013 hit song.
Pharrell Williams’ push for measures that prevent climate change is picking up more momentum as he asks leaders to create greener jobs and save the planet in a recent video.
A new trial motion called a Los Angeles jury’s $7.4 million verdict finding the song “Blurred Lines” infringed on a Marvin Gaye hit “unfounded, illogical, and a miscarriage of justice.”
This week, Derek Zoolander broke some great news and Robin Thicke’s troubles just keep getting worse.
After Witnessing Cruelty Against Overweight Man, LA Group And Stars Offer To Throw Him A Dance Party
The LA Coliseum, no small venue, is reportedly even offering to host.
A jury has completed its first full day of deliberations in a copyright infringement case in which Marvin Gaye’s family claims the 2013 hit “Blurred Lines” copied their father’s music.
Singers Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams lied about how they crafted the 2013 hit “Blurred Lines” and should be financially punished for using music by Marvin Gaye, a lawyer for the late singer’s family told a jury Thursday.
On Wednesday, Williams told a jury in federal court in Los Angeles that he grew up listening to Gaye’s music.
Watch Pharrell Williams talk about the creation of ‘Happy,’ and how the world’s response has affirmed his faith in humanity.
Today (Dec. 4) the Recording Academy is slowly revealing the full list of nominees for the 2015 GRAMMY Awards, airing Feb 8.
The Virginia-born Williams started his producing career as one half of The Neptunes with Chad Hugo, helping create such memorable radio and club hits as Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky,” Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” and Nelly’s “Hot in Herre.”
The GRAMMYs and CBS are throwing quite a Christmas bash—and now Sam Smith and Big Sean will join the party.
Pop music’s biggest stars took the stage Friday for CBS RADIO’s “We Can Survive” concert.
Australian rapper Iggy Azalea led the way with six nominations for the American Music Awards, while John Legend, Katy Perry and Pharrell Williams each received five.
Despite the political nature of the video, Honora Talbott said no politicians were harmed in the making of the video.