Drake releases a new track with a somewhat misleading title, Pharrell Williams hits back at critics of “Blurred Lines,” and Robin Thicke opens up about his salacious performance at last month’s MTV Video Music Awards.
- Lady Gaga admitted that she’s been into ladies in the past, and thinks lesbians are much more adventurous than heterosexual men when breaking the ice with women. So should guys start taking notes? [E!]
- Drake has dropped a new track from this forthcoming album, Nothing Was The Same. We love Drizzy, but if you have a song called “Wu-Tang Forever,” couldn’t you have had RZA lay down the beat? [Rolling Stone]
- “Blurred Lines,” one of this summer’s biggest hits, have oft been compared to Marvin Gaye’s late ’70s classic, “Got To Give It Up.” Pharrell has cleared the air, noting that the songs actually have different compositions, and that anyone who can read music would discern the differences. [Huffington Post]
- And speaking of Robin Thicke, the R&B singer recently chatted about his controversial performance with Miley Cyrus at the VMAs. Check out his reaction below and, just for reference, view the clip of the original performance. [MTV News]
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