Marvin Gaye

In 1977 Marvin Gaye had a hit song titled ‘Got To Give It Up’. In 2013 Robin Thicke had a hit song titled ‘Blurred Lines’. The two songs had a similar sound and feel, so similar that the estate of Marvin Gaye sued for copyright infringement.  In 2015 a court agreed with the Marvin Gaye […]

Marvin Gaye was one of the most alluring R&B and soul artist of all time.  Most wouldn’t argue with us when we say Gaye was a musical genius but much of him remains a mystery.  Who was the man behind the music?  What were he thoughts? We know Gaye struggled with depression, fame and even […]

Three weeks after a court demanded that the state of Michigan send bottled water to residents who are still impacted by contaminated water, state officials are still trying to fight that order.

During a meeting in Milwaukee on Thursday, Obama shared that he and his family will remain in Washington for a few years so that his youngest daughter, Sasha, can complete high school.

Jan Gaye, wife of the late soul singer Marvin Gaye, joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to talk about her new book, After the Dance: My…

Decades after his tragic death, Marvin Gaye‘s presence is strongly felt throughout all forms of music. Much like James Brown and Gil Scott Heron, his…

A Los Angeles jury “hates these blurred lines” too. It decided that Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke owe the estate of singer/songwriter Marvin Gaye $7.3 million…

  Earlier this week, the parents of Kendrick Johnson, a teenager whose body was found rolled up in a gym mat at his Georgia high…

Marvin Gaye’s family has reached a settlement with a music company owned by Sony over Robin Thicke’s Grammy-nominated song “Blurred Lines.” As we reported earlier,…

R&B/soul music icons from the past, present and future will soon gather to celebrate one of the genre’s most beloved voices this summer. We are rapidly approaching a benchmark 40th anniversary of Marvin Gaye’s classic album “What’s Going On” and the top musicians in the genre from Stevie Wonder to John Legend and Janelle Monae […]

With the increasing number of films aimed towards black audiences in the early 1970s, filmmakers realized that they couldn’t turn to Henry Mancini to provide the musical backdrops for these movies.