Pharrell Williams & Robin Thicke’s Blurred Memories

26 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Robin Thicke says he was always high during ‘Blurred Lines’ publicity interviews.

Singer Robin Thicke has claimed he was drunk and high during 2013 publicity interviews for his controversial song ‘Blurred Lines’, which he was successfully sued over for copyright infringement. In July, the amount was reduced to US$ 3.2 million (AU$ 4.4 million), however the ruling judge conceded the record label Universal Music should be held liable for the infringement as well.

Footage obtained by The Hollywood Reporter shows depositions given by Pharrell Williams and Thicke during the court case earlier this year in which they were found guilty of ripping off Marvin Gaye’s Got To Give It Up with their 2013 hit. In the footage, Williams becomes annoyed and struggles to answer questions about the song’s chords and music notation, and says, “I did not go in the studio with the intention of making anything feel like, or to sound like, Marvin Gaye.” However, when asked if he was trying to pretend he was the soul legend while making Blurred Lines, the singer answered, “At that particular time, no.

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