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Pharrell Williams denies he perjured himself over ‘Blurred Lines’ interview

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It dates back to a copyright trial in 2015 over 'Blurred Lines'

Megan Thee Stallion is working with Pharrell on new music

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"Cooking up with the mf legend himself"

Listen to Beck’s sublime, Pharrell-produced ballad, ‘Everlasting Nothing’

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Beck has released another new track, 'Everlasting Nothing' from his upcoming new album today. You can listen to the new song below. Read More: Beck ‘Colours’ Review The soaring new ballad, which has been written and produced by Beck and Pharell Williams, will appear on Beck’s new album, ‘Hyperspace’ which he teased the release of earlier this month via a...

Pharrell disagrees with ‘Blurred Lines’ lawsuit verdict: “You can’t copyright a feeling”

Pharrell Williams has reflected on the 'Blurred Lines' copyright case in a new interview, revealing that he disagrees with the verdict. Back in 2015, a federal jury ruled that Robin Thicke and Williams’ hit single shared similarities to Marvin Gaye‘s 'Got To Give It Up’ (1977), and that the two artists must pay half of the song’s royalties Gaye’s family. They were also made to make...

Beck tells us about his new album, ‘Hyperspace’, working with “master minimalist” Pharrell and more

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Beck has officially announced his 14th studio album, ‘Hyperspace’, which will be released next month, and shared the new tracks ‘Uneventful Days’ and 'Hyperlife'. Check them out below along with an interview Beck gave to NME about the new record. ‘Hyperspace’ – which Beck teased last week in a cryptic Instagram post – comes two years after his last record, 2017's...

Pharrell Williams speaks out against “chauvinist culture” in ‘Blurred Lines’

Robin Thicke, T.I. and Pharrell Williams in the 'Blurred Lines' video
Pharrell Williams has moved to distance himself from 'Blurred Lines', the controversial 2013 hit he performed alongside Robin Thicke. Speaking to GQ this month, the 'Happy' singer explained that he initially didn't understand the furore surrounding the track's reception. "I didn’t get it at first. Because there were older white women who, when that song came on, they would behave in...