The children of Marvin Gaye have filed a summary judgment over Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines' claiming to have audio proof that Thicke and producer Pharrell Williams have infringed on their father's song.
We love a good mash-up album and this one by the self-described "Manipulator of Sound" Amerigo Gazaway is a must-listen. The 'Yasiin Gaye: The Departure (Side One)' album features the intuitive rhymes of Yasiin Bey (formerly Mos Def) with the music and ad-libs from the la…
Anna Gordy Gaye, the sister of Motown founder Berry Gordy, Jr., and the ex-wife of late crooner Marvin Gaye, has passed away. The 92-year-old songwriter and businesswoman died on Friday (Jan. 31) surrounded by friends and family.
Marvin Gaye's family is making some headway with their ongoing legal battle over Robin Thicke’s song 'Blurred Lines.' The Gaye family has reached a settlement with EMI April, owned by Sony/ATV, which oversees their father’s music catalog.
Robin Thicke is getting hit from all sides by the Marvin Gaye family over his ubiquitous 2013 hit, 'Blurred Lines.' The R&B crooner has been slapped with another countersuit over the song -- this time from Gaye’s oldest son.
As you might have heard, Robin Thicke and his 'Blurred Lines' collaborators, Pharrell and T.I., have filed a preemptive lawsuit against Marvin Gaye's estate and Funkadelic over perceived song similarities. And now, Skateboard P is speaking out.