The song subsequently became one of the best-selling singles of all time, with sales of 14.8 million, Pharrell and I were in the studio and [...] I was like, "Damn, we should make something like that ['Got to Give It Up'], something with that groove." Then he started playing a little something and we literally wrote the song in about half an hour and recorded it.
People around the globe have shown their talents to the world, including everything from dancing to singing to being really, really good at braiding hair.
Then there are the other videos, which feature life’s weirder moments that we just can’t look away from.
He jokingly referred to the video site as a "giant garbage can" at a presentation to advertisers for Crackle, Sony's Internet-streaming service and the home of Seinfeld's popular Web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. He's looking for a little bit of support and a little bit of freedom.
When asked about user-generated content, Seinfeld said, "I'm still an old show-business guy. And that's exactly what Crackle offered."Seinfeld's Emmy-nominated digital series, in which he takes fellow comedians and actors on a caffeinated joy ride, returns for a sixth season June 4.
Thicke and Williams were found liable for copyright infringement by a federal jury in March 2015, and Gaye was awarded posthumous songwriting credit based on the royalties pledged to his estate.