The Gaye family is continuing to issue out lawsuits to everyone involved in the making of Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" track. They recently won their case against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Willliams for $7.4 million but they are not letting this issue die down.
The family of Marvin Gaye is now going after Universal Music, Interscope Records and Star Trak Entertainment and wants them added to list of copyright infringers, according to The Hollywood Reporter. They also want the judge to hold T.I accountable for his role that he played in the "Blurred Lines" record, eventhough he did not produce it.
If the record labels are found reliable, the judge could issue an injuction on how "Blurred Lines" is distributed in the future.
Williams and Thicke plan to appeal the previous decision. There has also been talk of the Gaye family going after Pharrell again because they feel that his Oscar-nominated hit "Happy" sounds to similar to Marvin Gaye's 1966 hit "Ain't That Peculiar."