Pharrell Williams Doesn’t Think He’s Guilty


Although the copyright infringement battle between Pharell Williams, Robin Thicke and Marvin Gaye’s family has ended with a ruling that “Blurred Lines” is a copy of “Got to Give It Up”, Pharell is not seeing his mistake and admits to no wrong doing.

Pharell still claims, even after the court sided with Gaye’s family, that the song wasn’t plagiarised.

“I must have been channeling that feeling, that late-’70s feeling.”

But, when asked if he copied “Got To Give It Up,” he said no. He proceeded to admit that “Blurred Lines” had the same vibe as the Motown hit — but “not infringement.”

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