What music video was Emily Ratajkowski in?

Blurred Lines
Just over one month since Emily Ratajkowski accused Robin Thicke of groping her bare breasts on the set of the “Blurred Lines” music video shoot, the model is sharing that she didn’t even recall the interaction until years later.

Why did Emily Ratajkowski do Blurred Lines?

“For me, the reason I shared that experience was because for so long I talked about how that video had been so empowering and how it felt so great,” she said of the clip which, she told the Guardian in 2015, had become “the bane of my existence”. “That’s still true, I had a lot of fun on that set.

Is Blurred Lines a one hit wonder?

“Blurred Lines” was released in the summer of 2013. It achieved massive success, peaking at number one in at least 25 countries and became the number one song of 2013. The song was also the longest-running number-one single of 2013 and became one of the best-selling singles of all time, with sales of over 14 million.

Who is the singer of Blurred Lines?

” Blurred Lines ” is a song by American singer Robin Thicke featuring fellow American rappers T.I. and Pharrell Williams from Thicke’s studio album of the same name (2013). The song was solely produced by Williams. It was released as the album’s lead single on March 26, 2013, through Star Trak Recordings and Interscope Records.

Is the unrated version of Blurred Lines on YouTube?

The unrated video remains available on Vevo, while the edited version is available on both Vevo and YouTube. The unrated version of “Blurred Lines” generated more than one million views in the days following its release on Vevo. Thicke told GQ they wanted to do “old men dances” and imitate how they were in the studio.

What is the instrumentation in Blurred Lines?

“Blurred Lines” has been described as a funk-inspired pop and R&B track. Its instrumentation consists of bass guitar, drums, and percussion.

Who sang the song Blurred Lines with Robin Thicke?

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