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The late singer's family wants the jury to 'correct' the verdict which ruled that Tip as well as 'Blurred Lines' distributors Universal Music and Interscope Records were not guilty of infringement.
Jermaine Dupri believes Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams' single is indeed similar to Marvin Gaye's song and opens up on the similar situation he is currently in.
Just a day after a judge awarded them $7.4 million in the 'Blurred Lines' case, the late singer's family admits they notice the similarities between 'Happy' and Gaye's 'Ain't That Peculiar'.
A lawyer for Thicke and Williams says, 'We owe it to song writers around the world to make sure this verdict doesn't stand.'
The Grammy-winning producer, who created the 2013 hit almost all by himself, said he could feel the similarity between the song and Gaye's 'Got to Give It Up', but he denied he ripped it off.
Anna, who is also the sister of Motown founder and a songwriter, passes away at her Los Angeles house from natural causes.
Gaye's children also sue EMI whom they claim has failed to protect their late father's songs and attempted to intimidate the family from pursuing a lawsuit.
The singer/producer praises Marvin Gaye's works but insists that there are no similarities between 'Blurred Lines' and the late singer's 1977 song, 'Got to Give It Up'.
The payout was apparently offered before Thicke filed a pre-emptive lawsuit to protect 'Blurred Lines'.
The late singer's son says that Thicke's lawsuit causes him and his family 'a lot of duress', in addition to taking away his time to promote his own music project.
Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams and T.I. are attempting to protect the summer hit, which is said to have too many similarities to Gaye's 'Got to Give It Up' and Funkadelic's 'Sexy Ways'.
The 'Law and Order' actor is expected to start filming the movie about the late music icon in Europe later this month.
The Chinna of 'The Hunger Games' film franchise has been cast as the lead protagonist in 'Midnight Love', which has tapped Julien Temple as the director.
Robert Pattinson boasted about having connections to royalty when he first moved to America, even though he has never met Britain's most famous family.
Actor Jesse L. Martin fears his plans to produce and star in a biopic about legendary soul icon Marvin Gaye are not meant to be - because it's proving 'impossible' to bring to fruition.