Over the weekend, Marvin Gaye's song "Got To Give It Up" trended in internet searches, all because of a comparison of the song with Robin Thicke's big hit "Blurred Lines."
The hit is at the center of a legal dispute between Robin Thicke, the estate of Marvin Gaye and Bridgeport Music, who owns some of the music from the band Funkadelic.
The suit battles back against complaints that "Blurred Lines" sounds too similar to the Marvin Gaye hit and a song from Funkadelic called "Sexy Ways".
Listen to the clips below and judge for yourself.
And learn more about the lawsuit involving Robin Thicke here: http://bit.ly/15WGuDD
Mobile users hear Marvin Gaye's "Got To Give It Up" here: http://bit.ly/1cZJZ55
Mobile users hear Funkadelic's "Sexy Ways" here: http://bit.ly/16WAT31
Mobile users hear Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" here: http://bit.ly/160BRIM
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