Pharrell isn’t the only one who’s expressing some concern over the recent “Blurred Lines” verdict.
And he thinks the trial verdict may not just pertain to music, either.
These songs came firing back into our lives through some strange pathways: a fictional chemist, an overzealous Celtics fan, blurry courtroom controversies and a Toyota commercial.
Katy Perry is the new queen of the Hot 100. This week, her single “Roar” surpassed Robin Thicke’s 12-week reign of “Blurred Lines” to garner the No. 1 spot.
Social media is FUN and great and informative and … REVEALING.
Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” may be the song of the summer, but some are saying that it’s not really his song. Namely, the family of Marvin Gaye.
“People say, ‘Hey why did you cut your hair after the video?’ It was because I had told myself I wouldn’t cut my hair until I heard my song on the radio.”
When Robin Thicke was recording “Blurred Lines” last year it’s doubtful he ever envisioned the song to be played with instruments you’d likely see in an elementary school classroom. But last night on ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’ this is exactly what happened.
When Robin Thicke stopped by Radio.com HQ to discuss his new album, ‘Blurred Lines (out this week), we bent his ear on sex, romance, pick-up lines and real-deal, full-fledged, forever love.
“With this album I decided just to make fun songs that everybody can sing along to and dance to,” he said. “I just want to write stuff that makes people feel good.”