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Pharrell Williams And Robin Thicke Lose “Blurred Lines” Trial

The biggest hit of Robin Thicke‘s career is going to cost him a couple of million dollars.

A California federal jury ruled on Tuesday (March 10) that the 2013 hit stole too much from Marvin Gaye’s 1977 hit “Got to Give It Up.” As a result, Thicke and… 277 more words

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Ciara Is A Ballerina In “I Bet” Video

Thing change in two years. Ciara’s lead single in 2013 was the intimate Future-featuring “Body Party.” Now, it’s the acoustic “I Bet,” a song that could be read as a dis to her ex. 116 more words

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Snoop Dogg and Charlie Wilson Team Up for “Peaches N Cream” [Prod. By Pharrell Williams]

Good things have happened when Pharrell Williams and Snoop Dogg team up. This is the duo who’s brought us “Drop It Like It’s Hot” and “Beautiful.” Pharrell is producing Snoop Dogg’s upcoming… 178 more words

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For the Low Price Of $200, You Can Get Your Mixtape Reviewed By Ghostface Killah And Raekwon

Having trouble grabbing the blogs’ attention? Ghostface Killah and Raekwon are here to help.

The Wu-duo are in the midst of promoting The Purple Tape Files… 141 more words

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Feel “The Love” On Amor Kismet’s New EP

Atlanta’s own Amor Kismet’s vocal chemistry is undeniable, and it might have something to do with the trio being sisters. Erika, Crystal and LJ have been singing, writing, and playing together their entire lives, and they recently just released their first EP, “The Love.” 177 more words

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Eric Roberson Premiers New Clip “I’m Not Trying to Keep Score No More”

Soul singer Eric Roberson never disappoints with his songs about love and relationships. With his new single, “I’m Not Trying to Keep Score No More,” Erro speaks from the heart about wanting to get things right with his lady love instead of trying to “be right” all the time. 107 more words

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Wu-Tang Clan’s Secret Album Won’t Be Released For 88 Years

Wu-Tang Clan’s mysterious one-copy album just became even more exclusive.

The group has announced that Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, an album that exists only in a single copy with no backups, will be sold through online auction house… 235 more words

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