Pharrel Opens Up About The Verdict Regarding "Blurred Lines" Copyrights

Producer Pharrell Williams opened up for the first time about how hurt he has been since losing the battle of fighting for the copyrights to the song "Blurred Lines" which was released in 2013. The courts concluded that he, along with Robin Thicke will have to pay close to $5 million to the family of the late Marvin Gaye as the song seemed to be very similar to Gayes' 1977 song "Got to Give it Up." Williams insists that the two songs only give off a familiar feeling but isn't the same when broke down musically. He opens up about how this whole case hurt him most, as he take pride in being creative and would never take from another artist.

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