PHARRELL AND ROBIN THICKE MUST PAY $5 MILLION OVER BLURRED LINES

 _ After a five-year-long legal back-and-forth, a judge has determined that Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke, the artists behind the 2013 mega hit Blurred Lines, must pay the family of the late Marvin Gaye $5 million. The pair was sued for copyright infringement because of the song’s similarities to Gaye’s Got to Give It Up from 1977 . In 2015, a judge ruled Williams and Thicke owed Gaye’s estate $7 million, but after they appealed, the judgment was reduced to just under $5 million

 
 

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