Robin Thicke Says “Blurred Lines” Is “A Feminist Movement”: Morning Mix

Mike Wass | July 31, 2013 5:00 am

Did You Hear?

:: Robin Thicke — like video director Diane Martel — claims that “Blurred Lines” is not sexist. Rather, “it’s actually a feminist movement in itself”. Not entirely convinced. [BuzzFeed]

:: When did Justin Bieber turn into Snoop Dogg? The superstar’s bus was busted for drugs at the Canadian border. On the bright side, Justin was not on the bus at the time, so perhaps he’s completely unaware of the pot-mobile in his presence. [Vibe]

:: Nile Rodgers has been given the all-clear from prostate cancer. The Chic founder jumped on Twitter to share the news but drew the line at posting a “gross internal video”. Probably for the best. [Spin]

:: Joining Toni Braxton in bankruptcy court is rapper DMX. The man behind five number one albums including the seminal It’s Dark And Hell Is Hot owes $10 million dollars to creditors. Time for Earl (his real name) to release another LP. [Rolling Stone]

After the jump, find out what music you can catch on TV today.

Music On TV:

:: Late Night With David Letterman (CBS) — Hanni El Khatib :: The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (NBC) — Kopecky Family Band :: Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC) — Queens Of The Stone Age :: Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson (CBS) — Backstreet Boys :: Conan (TBS) — Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros :: The View (ABC) — Michael Franti :: The Talk (CBS) — Lionel Richie