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The Long Beach rapper takes people in the '40s on a journey into the future in the official visuals for the latest single off his 'Bush' album.
The two musicians' legal team claims that there were errors in jury instructions, improper testimony from a musicologist and insufficient evidence in the original trial.
The British supermodel/actress joins the Grammy-winning musician for the first live performance of 'CC the World' from their Chanel short film 'Reincarnation'.
The 'Happy' hitmaker urges young generation to help raise awareness of climate change during an International Day of Happiness event at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.
The 'Happy' hitmaker says of the 'Blurred Lines' copyright infringement case, 'This is about protecting the intellectual rights of people who have ideas.'
The 'Happy' hitmaker will be honored as a fashion icon by the Council of Fashion Designers of America on June 1.
The 23-year-old rapper says in a candid interview with Playboy that she wants to leave the U.S. because she hates 'everything about this country' and 'fat white Americans.'
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 duo must pay $4 million in damages and around $3.4 million in profits while T.I. who was also named as one of the defendants is cleared of any wrongdoing.
The track featuring guest vocals from Charlie Wilson serves as the first offering from Snoop's new album 'BUSH' that according to iTunes will arrive on May 12.
A London man named Sean has become famous and is getting a dance party supported by celebrities after he was fat-shamed on 4Chan for dancing at a concert.
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.
The rapper, who reunites with his 'Drop It Like It's Hot' collaborator for the new project, shares on Instagram the artwork featuring a blue dog chewing on a bush.