Alicia Keys' star-studded new racial justice public service announcement has gone live online.
The singer/songwriter has recruited a handful of stars like Beyoncé, Rihanna, Chris Rock, and Pharrell Williams to help her call for action following a recent spate of African-American deaths at the hands of police officials.
Always thinking of new ways to embarrass his celebrity friends, Jimmy Fallon debuted a singing game called “Spin The Microphone” on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Monday evening (October 26).
Back in March they were hit with a $7.4 million copyright infringement lawsuit over their hit song “Blurred Lines,” and this week US District Judge John A. Krontstadt reduced Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams' damages to $5.3 million.
The hit song, which was deemed too similar to Marvin Gaye’s 1977 hit “Got to Give It Up,” was targeted by Gaye’s family, and though their lump sum is less than originally thought, they will receive 50 percent of all future earnings.
They hit it big with their single “Blurred Lines” back in 2013, but unfortunately Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams have been found guilty of copyright infringement and ordered to pay Marvin Gaye’s estate a whopping $7.3 million.
The jury of eight members found that the sexually explicit ditty was too similar to Gaye’s 1977 track “Got To Give It Up,” and handed down the decision on Tuesday (March 10).