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September 16, 2014
Robin Thicke Admits Drug Abuse, Lying to Media in Wild 'Blurred Lines' Deposition

Thicke says he was just “lucky enough to be in the room” when Williams wrote the song. Afterwards, he gave interviews to outlets like Billboard where he repeated the false origin story surrounding “Blurred Lines” because he says he “thought it would help sell records.” But he also states he hardly remembers his specific media comments because he “had a drug and alcohol problem for the year” and “didn’t do a sober interview.” In fact, when he appeared on Oprah Winfrey's show with his young son and talked about how weird it was to be in the midst of a legal battle with the family of a legendary soul singer who “inspires almost half of my music,” Thicke admits he was drunk and taking Norco — “which is like two Vicodin in one pill,” he says.

This is wild to me. Not at all unbelievable, but still wild.

September 15, 2014
6 days left…

6 days left…

September 14, 2014
Oops. Almost forgot…

Oops. Almost forgot…

September 14, 2014

New-ish Music: “No Police,” Doja Cat (2014)

This song starts out so simple, but from the beginning it’s clear that it’s going to be so right. And those man-made sirens in the background are right on time.

"No Police" comes from Los Angeles-singer Doja Cat’s debut EP "Purrr!" You can stream the project from her Soundcloud page or download it from iTunes for $5.

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September 13, 2014
Day 13.

I’m a slow reader but I try so hard y’all.

Day 13.

I’m a slow reader but I try so hard y’all.

September 13, 2014

Once again, Songza gets me.