A federal judge has refused to dismiss the case against Ed Sheeran for allegedly lifting elements from Marvin Gaye’s iconic, “Let’s Get It On,” for his 2014 hit, “Thinking Out Loud.”
Marvin Gaye's legacy is still being felt to this day. Today, April 2, he is being celebrated for his everlasting greatness.
The talk of Twitter this week has been the resurfacing of a 2013 dance track video featuring Marvin Gaye‘s adopted and eldest son, Marvin Gaye III. The struggle apparent in the video has caused a gamut of reactions, and we’ve dug in to find the best responses.
Marvin Gaye stands as one of the most talented singers of his generation and his influence still shines brightly today. The R&B and Soul legend was shot and killed 35 years ago on April 1, 1964, and Twitter is reminiscing on Gaye’s lasting impression on what would have been his 80th his birthday.
Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke‘s “Blurred Lines” hit has sparked a flurry of legal back and forth between the artists and the estate of Marvin Gaye. The pair were ordered to pay $5 million to the late R&B legend’s estate over of one of his most popular dance tunes.
Supreme is dropping another collection you’ll either love or hate. Where you still will likely be depending on whether or not you’re able to get your hands on one of the items emblazoned with the image of the late, great Marvin Gaye.
Many have tried to make a proper biopic about the life of the late, great Marvin Gaye. Dr. Dre is currently in the midst of making it happen, and he secured the rights to the R&B singer’s music.
It seems the five-year old battle over Robin Thicke’s biggest hit, “Blurred Lines,” is over. The family of Marvin Gaye has been awarded a win in the most recent appeal case.
The list of lawsuits trailing Fox’s dramatic juggernaut just keeps getting longer. Marvin Gaye’s son now claims Empire was actually his idea, and he’s planning a lawsuit.
Before his untimely death, Marvin Gaye taught the world that there wasn’t any mountain to high for you to get over in life, but he didn’t do it without help.
On March 25, The Daily Mail ran an article that seemingly detailed internal feuding between Marvin Gaye’s family in the wake of their successful “Blurred Lines” money. The report particularly highlighted Zeola Gaye as being bitter for not receiving any share of the awarded $7.4 million, seeing that she actually sung on the track “Got […]
Depending on whom you ask, Pharrell and Robin Thicke getting peeled for $7.4 million after copying a Marvin Gaye track without permission is either justice being served or a bad legal precedent. The “Magic Man” doesn’t come cheap, but his classics can be legally sampled.