, as in Weird Al Yankovic, the man who has had such fun parodying Pharrell of late.When first used, that word meant “having the power to control the fate or destiny of human beings.” And that is certainly not the meaning we invoke when referring to Mr.
While Thicke tried to say he was so high he barely remembers recording the massively huge track, Williams said that the two songs share “feel — not infringement.” During the trial, Thicke’s lawyers argued that the song was meant to “evoke an era.” "In reality, the Gaye defendants are claiming ownership of an entire genre, as opposed to a specific work,” they argued.
The Gaye estate, in turn, argued that Thicke had a “Marvin Gaye fixation” and that “Got to Give It Up” wasn't the only song he’s ripped off.
Update: Following the verdict, Us Weekly received the following statement on behalf of Pharrell Williams, Robin Thicke, and T.
I.: "While we respect the judicial process, we are extremely disappointed in the ruling made today, which sets a horrible precedent for music and creativity going forward. We are reviewing the decision, considering our options and you will hear more from us soon about this matter." —- Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams have to give it up — millions of dollars, that is.
that Beyoncé was dating superproducer Pharrell Williams.
“Beyonce is totally in love with Pharrell,” the source revealed.
is used as a term of endearment, often referring to your boyfriend or girlfriend.
Or perhaps a prospect who might one day hold such a lofty position.
Save for the rare celebrity power couple like Jay Z and Beyonce or Kim and Kanye, rappers like being (or at least publicly appearing) single. "He's actually a lot different than you would think," Chelsea said to Howard Stern.
When they do fall head over kicks in love, the results can be…strange. "He's really sweet.” Chelsea explained that the two had a “falling out” when Curtis (that’s what she called him) flipped over his ex-girlfriend Ciara appearing on Diddy has no problem bedding beauties and the mogul has been romantically linked to everyone from Naomi Campbell and Sofia Vergara to Leah Remini. Lo publicly called it quits (amid his criminal trial).
Bae has also taken on a wider meaning, being used to label something as generally good or cool, as in “This sandwich is bae.” , it’s likely that the meaning will shift in any case.