Robin Thicke confesses

By Drum Digital
16 September 2014

Robin Thicke was jealous of Pharrell.

It was one of his biggest hit in years and he bragged about being heavily involved in making it. But yesterday while under oath singer Robin Thicke confessed that he didnt have the big part he claimed in creating the 2013 hit Blurred Lines.

"After making six albums that I wrote and produced myself, the biggest hit of my career was written and produced by somebody else and I was jealous and wanted some of the credit," he said.

"The record would have happened with or without me. I just was lucky enough to be there when he (Williams) wrote it and I was in the room," Thicke said, according to the court documents reproduced by The Hollywood Reporter.

The song was actually written and produced by Pharrell Williams who Thicke says he was jealous of at some point during the success of the song.

Thicke spoke at a hearing which was part of a court process over claims by Marvin Gaye's children that "Blurred Lines" copied the late legend's song "Got to Give it Up." A trial is expected next year.

Sources: SAPA, smh.com

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