Rapper says he'll be "exonerated" in new legal motion asking to make him liable along with Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams for infringing on Marvin Gaye's "Got to Give It Up"
With lawyers for Marvin Gaye's family and Robin Thicke/Pharrell Williams filing new motions, Rolling Stone translates the legalese
"If he were alive today, he would embrace the technology available to artists," says family. "But we also know he would be vigilant about safeguarding the artist’s rights"
"I feel like I've let songwriters around the world down by helping establish this horrible precedent," attorney Howard King says
"They started this war and we just finished it," attorney Richard Busch tells Rolling Stone of "Blurred Lines" writers
Marvin Gaye estate wins $7.3 million judgment after months of legal drama
One man and one woman hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries in the Charlotte club shooting
Atlanta rap king holds together a messy album with pure charm
"I was jealous and I wanted some of the credit," Thicke says in newly obtained deposition. "[Pharrell] wrote the whole thing pretty much by himself and I was envious"
Dev Hynes also reflects on the Michael Brown shooting: "You don't want it to be real, but it is"
"'Fancy' would have been a hit record whoever did it. It's just that she was the first one to think to do it."
Chair-throwing chaos erupts at the restaurant
The track will be featured on group's upcoming 'Apocalypse Soon' EP
The agreement spares Sony the position of defending their 30-percent market stake and the conflicts that come with it
A police statement claims the man had an "ongoing dispute" with the rapper