Paula Patton & Robin Thicke Reach Common Ground In Nasty Custody Battle

Things were getting ugly between former married couple Robin Thicke and Paula Patton in the custody battle over their 6-year-old son Julian, but thankfully, the pair have found common ground and are reportedly ready to settle.

Robin Thicke Forced To Get New Lawyer In Custody Battle With Paula Patton Because of Conflict of Interest

Robin Thicke’s main lawyer has been taken off of his case in the custody battle with estranged wife, Paula Patton. According to TMZ, a lawyer from the firm that reps Paula has moved over to the firm that reps Robin, and the judge on the matter felt that it would be in everyone’s best interest if Robin no longer used that firm.

(Photo) Robin Thicke Speaks On Losing His Father

Yesterday, Robin Thicke lost his father, Alan Thicke, to a heart attack. Alan was playing Hockey with his youngest son when he started getting chest pains which lead into nausea and vomitting. Alan was taken to the hospital where he passed away shortly after. Robin has now taken to social media to speak on his father’s passing.

#MusicStillMatters NEW MUSIC: Robin Thicke Feat. Juicy J – One Shot

Robin Thicke turns up with tempo with a new upbeat single alongside Juicy J available below.

#MusicStillMatters New Music: Robin Thicke Ft. Nas – Deep

This was an unexpected collab but we’re here for it! Robin Thicke is back with a new single featuring the legendary MC Nas titled “Deep.” Nas starts out the song rapping acapella on the recent police brutality and racial injustices that have plagued this country. Be on the lookout for this one to drop on Thicke’s upcoming new album. For now, listen to “Deep” below by downloading the Funk Flex App for iOS & Android for free.

Robin Thicke, Pharrell & T.I. Appeal “Blurred Lines” Copyright Infringement Case

Last year, Marvin Gaye’s estate was awarded $7.4 million in their lawsuit against “Blurred Lines” creators Robin Thicke and Pharrell for its illegal sampling of Gaye’s “Got To Give It Up.” The payout was later reduced to $5.3 million, though T.I. and the record labels were then added to the suit. The judge also denied the Gaye family’s request that the song be removed from distribution outlets…BUT, he did award then an ongoing royalty rate of a whopping 50% of songwriter and publishing revenues. Upon the last ruling, which included a judge dismissing the group’s appeal for a retrial, Pharrell‘s lawyer revealed plans for “exercising our further remedies and ultimately achieving clarity on the difference between inspiration and copyright infringement.” It looks like they have gone ahead with that.

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