The composers of the hit song Blurred Lines have pre-emptively sued the owners of songs by late soul singer Marvin Gaye and funk band Funkadelic, asking a California federal court to rule that the chart-topping track does not violate any copyrights.
Blurred Lines, released in March by R&B singer Robin Thicke, rapper T.I. and singer-producer Pharrell Williams, is the second-best selling song track this year with more than 4.6 million copies sold in the United States.
The cheap louis vuitton handbags lawsuit, which was filed in US District Court in Los Angeles yesterday, alleges that the owners of Gaye’s 1977 hit Got to Give It Up and Funkadelic’s 1974 song Sexy Ways have threatened legal action over copyright infringement if the composers of Blurred Lines do not pay a monetary settlement. → Read More