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The 'world's first 24-hour music video' finds the singer and his friends dancing to the song in various places from sunrise to midnight.
Pharrell, whose vocals are featured in the song by the raptress, doesn't make appearance in the music video and doesn't promote the track.
The in-demand composer has already hit recording studio with Williams, Marr, Michael Einziger and Dave Stewart to start working on the music.
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 Rony Alwin-directed video sees the raptress and her girl friends flaunting their bodies in colorful bikinis while having a pool party.
The rapper/producer and his bride are joined by family and friends for a photo session on a yacht before swapping wedding vows at the Botanical Gardens.
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 short clip features the helmet-wearing duo, along with Pharrell and Nile Rodgers, in matching sparkling outfits.
The rap star unveils the black-and-white visuals of his newly-released Pharrell Williams and Nicki Minaj-assisted single.
Pharrell denies trademark infringement, insisting that he should be allowed to use 'I Am' phrase because it's different from the one owned by the Black Eyed Peas star.
The Black Eyed Peas artist's attorney Ken Hertz denies suing the N.E.R.D member and clarifies it's all routine trademark procedure.
The '#willpower' artist has filed a copyright lawsuit against the N.E.R.D vocalist over his 'i am OTHER' brand.
The former Disney star joins the 'Blurred Lines' collaborators to sing their hit single on the stage at a Myspace relaunch party in California.
The 'Nashville' actress joins in on the live performance, showing off dance moves alongside taller models.
The prolific Neptune songwriter releases the uplifting new track, one of three original songs he contributed to the album.