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Blurred Lines: A Short Story.

‘Oya Oya, Dami… Gist me’

‘Is that the new way to say hello?’

‘Dami, don’t play with me like that’

‘Nigerian men have a problem’ I reply, nudging the phone between my shoulder and my ears,while unhooking my bra,  taking off my jewellery, wiping my makeup, washing my hands.  1,714 more words

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ABC Radio Sydney Interview - Blurred Lines

I was interviewed live on ABC Radio Sydney this morning in Focus with Cassie McCullagh.

We discussed the recent appeal of the Blurred Lines case (read my blog post… 36 more words


Blurred Lines Appeal Lost

A landmark and high profile music copyright case in the US has been lost on appeal with the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals affirming a District Court finding that Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams infringed the copyright in Marvin Gaye’s Got To Give It Up with their hit song Blurred Lines. 2,044 more words


Teasing is Fundamental

And fun…let’s not forget fun.

Yeah, I mean who doesn’t like being teased? If you raised your hand just accept that you’re weird, but it’s okay. 147 more words


(Insert)<----Shameless Blurred Lines Plug

Ya’ll who know me personally and hell those who know of me only by social media are aware that I don’t really mince words, beat around the bush or whatever you want to call it. 116 more words


Songs for Screens: What Does the 'Blurred Lines' Decision Mean for Synchs?

Songs For Screens is a Variety column written by Andrew Hampp, a VP at New York-based music sponsorship and experiential agency MAC Presents and former branding correspondent for Billboard. 1,513 more words


 “Blurred Lines” Crossed the Line

By Valerie Milano

Los Angeles, CA (The Hollywood Times) 3/25/18 – In 2013, popular party hit “Blurred Lines” was a controversial party hit. While the lyrics caused uproar for their apparent endorsement of rape culture, it’s the music that is currently making headlines. 501 more words