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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.
Voting to choose the award winners has been opened and will be closed on Sunday, April 5 with the award show itself set to be held on Saturday, April 25.
The raptress hints at a collaboration with the 'Voice' coach when she shares on Twitter a black-and-white photo of them in the studio.
The trailer also features a snippet of 'Peaches N Cream', the forthcoming album's lead single that's scheduled to be released sometime in March.
The 41-year-old singer-songwriter has signed a deal with Putnam Books for Young Readers to release four children picture books, one of which is inspired by his hit song 'Happy'.
The 'Happy' hitmaker channels a bellboy in the Wes Anderson-directed movie, sporting a black hat with a chin strap and short pants during his performance at the Sunday ceremony.
Other names who took the stage at the Sunday night, February 8 event included Madonna who performed 'Living for Love' and Ariana Grande who sang 'A Little Bit of Your Heart'.
The British singer wins Best New Artist and Pop Vocal Album Awards for his 'In the Lonely Hour' album while the super producer takes home Best Pop Solo Performance for 'Happy'.