marvin gaye

The singer is being sued for $100 million because his hit "Thinking Out Loud" allegedly copies Gaye's song "Let's Get It On."
Gaye’s family was also awarded interest on an earlier award that wasn’t immediately paid as well as 50 percent royalties on “Blurred Lines” from now on.
The lawsuit claims Sheeran's "Thinking Out Loud" shares the “same melody, rhythms, harmonies, drums” as Gaye’s classic hit.
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The lawsuit claims that Sheeran's song rips off elements of Gaye's "Let's Get It On."
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