The fourth full-length release for the singer/producer was co-produced with Jeff Bhasker and features guest appearances from such artists as Bruno Mars, Mystikal, Tame Impala's Kevin Parker... See full summary »
The official music video for the song was released on 23 January 2017. It was directed by George Belfield and produced by Tom Gardner, and it features a group of adolescents living their ... See full summary »
The music video, directed by Diane Martel, was released on March 20, 2013. The video features Thicke, T.I., and Pharrell casually standing in front of light-pink backdrop as they flirt with models (Emily Ratajkowski, Elle Evans, and Jessi M'Bengue) who pose and dance. At various points, the hashtag "#THICKE" flashes, whilst towards the end, "ROBIN THICKE HAS A BIG DICK" is spelled out in silver balloons. In the unrated version of the video, the models wear just thongs. In the edited version, they are scantily clad and the hashtag "#BLURREDLINES" is seen at various points. This is the second time that director Diane Martel and Pharrell join together for a music video project involving two differently rated versions.Written by
Most people say that Thriller is the best music video of all time, while most say that Blurred Lines is the worst. Why? The song borrows heavily from Marvin Gaye's Gotta Get to Give it up, which resulted in a trail that was never resolved. Also to add insult to injury, it features lots of sexy women who are underrage compared to Robin Thicke. The uncensored video on Vevo has them naked and is not for kids.
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