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Marvin Gaye's family sues Robin Thicke over 'Blurred Lines'
Marvin Gaye's family sues Robin Thicke over 'Blurred Lines'

Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” will surely go down as one of the biggest songs of 2013. The slinky dance track was No. 1 for 12 weeks, sold more than 6 million copies and served as the soundtrack for one of the most deliciously trainwrecky VMA performances ever. It also has had its share of controversy, including its NSFW video, critics blasting its sexual lyrics and the family of late soul legend Marvin Gaye calling it a blatant rip-off. In August, Thicke, Pharrell Williams and Clifford Harris Jr. (better known as T.I.)  went to a California federal court to pre-emptively protect the single from allegations that it infringed upon Gaye’s hit “Got to...

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