On Wednesday (March 21st), a Los Angeles, CA federal appeals court upheld a $5.3 million copyright infringement verdict against Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke over their 2013 hit song, "Blurred Lines." Two of three judges ruled in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals that Marvin Gaye’s 1977 hit-single “Got to Give It Up” deserved broad copyright protection, and the March 2015 jury [Read More]
Pharrell isn't slowing down with "Yellow Light." He drops another contribution to the "Despicable Me 3" soundtrack with another tune called "There's Something Special."
Much like his contribution to the first "Despicable Me" movie with his smash single "Happy," "Yellow Light" takes on more of that light-hearted, youthful feel, and the video follows suit.
Ariana Grande Brings Out Pharrell, Victoria Monet, The Black Eyed Peas & More For ‘One Love’ Benefit Concert
Sending a message of love in the face of hate, the concert took place at the Emirates Old Trafford and was a star-studded fundraising concert that raised $13 million for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.
There were a few awkward moments during Sunday night's Golden Globe Awards and Pharrell Williams' new film 'Hidden Figures' received some of that attention. Before the launch of the ceremony, NBC red carpet reporter Jenna Bush Hager chatted with Pharrell about "Hidden Figures"...
Pharrell Williams, Yolanda Adams & Others Speak Out Against Gospel Singer Kim Burrell’s Anti-Gay Sermon
In case you missed it, gospel singer and pastor Kim Burrell is receiving a ton of backlash for her sermon that surfaced in a video on Friday (Dec. 30th) which shows Burrell preaching about “perverted” homosexuals. However, Burrell's songmate Pharrell is speaking out against Burrell's inflammatory comments...
Over 200 Musicians Show Support for Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams & T.I. In ‘Blurred Lines’ Appeal
Many musicians aren't taking that sitting down; many artists are supporting Thicke, Williams, and T.I. as they appeal the “Blurred Lines” copyright infringement verdict.
Their lawyers are now seeking to appeal the verdict or order a new trial on the grounds that "a cascade of legal errors" led to the decision. They claim the judge gave faulty instructions to the jury.
Yesterday (Oct. 26), footage of the artists testifying in a deposition to the Gaye family lawyer Richard Busch was released by U.S. District Judge John A. Kronstadt. The footage was ordered to be kept under wraps to prevent it from influencing the jurors in the case...
Much like his mega-hit "Happy," "Freedom" sounds optimistically carefree in all its a finger-snapping glory, but listen harder: the lyrics are a bit deeper as he preaches about finding onesâ individuality.