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Robin Thicke Goes Over The Line With Bruno Mars AND Daft Punk!

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Robin Thicke is obviously super competitive..

..maybe a bit TOO competitive.

During his bid for Blurred Lines to be named the top song of the summer, the Blurred Lines singer forgot how to play nice and took a deep, DEEP dig at Daft Punk and Bruno Mars.

In his unofficial campaign for the honor, the sensual singer said:

"It has a (nice) tempo, it has a sense of humour and it feels like live music instead of that synth and digital sound, which Daft Punk has (with 'Get Lucky') and (Bruno Mars') 'Treasure' has."

Oooo burn!

Sounds a bit harsh to us, especially since his man Pharrell is ALSO featured on Get Lucky.

We're all for clean fight, but there is no need to put another man's art on blast.

Robin better check himself or else he might be in for a REAL footslap! HA!

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22 comments to “Robin Thicke Goes Over The Line With Bruno Mars AND Daft Punk!”



  1. 1

    I used to like Robin Thicke, but no longer. I think he's a jerk with an over-inflated ego. He needed to use naked girls to sell his disgustint song Blurred Lines and he thinks he's making art with his music. Yeah, right!

  2. Kassondra says – reply to this


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    So he has a number one hit after how many years, really. Bruno Mars would do a musical smack down on Robin. I actually like Robin's music. Its obvious he's trying to get more attention!



  3. 3

    Someone needs to tear his ass in two and tell him, 'I know you want it'.



  4. 4

    How quickly fame and success go to some people's head. It's a bit too early for him to be acting like this. It's great that he has a #1 but it's only his first #1 and he's been in the biz a pretty long time - he also got there with the help of Pharrell. Being a bit more humble wouldn't hurt him at all, but this inflated ego will. Personally I can't stand the song at all, but am a big fan of his wife Paula Patton as an actress and always wished great success for his music career. Hope that he tones this attitude down a bit or I'll doubt we'll see anymore #1's or even top 10's.

  5. samara says – reply to this


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    Who is he anyways? And why is he talking smack about artists who are WAY more known then him? Setting himself up for failure if he keeps heading this way. Smh.

  6. KLun says – reply to this


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    Jason Seaver needs to slap his son up side the head for that douche comment. He can't compare his one hit to other artists that frequent top 10 or even top 100 charts. Sit down sally!

  7. Blondie Blue says – reply to this


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    A little humble pie would do Mr. Thicke some good! I don't know much about Daft Punk, but Bruno Mars is too busy with his SOLD OUT TOUR to be bothered with such nonsense! Maybe Mr. Thicke should try to attend one of his concerts before he comments!



  8. 8

    For one, I'm sure it would be appreciated if Mr. Hilton provided a fuller context for the quote. Secondly, why does this have to be a burn? Sounds to me like he's just stating a difference/distinction, not taking anything away from the other guys. What's so insulting about synth? I like synth. Robin has been friends with Pharrell for years (he's on Pharrell's label as a matter of fact). I doubt he would try to slight Pharrell (or Bruno) in the way Mr. Hilton is inferring.

  9. Danielle says – reply to this


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    Hope this isn't the real robin.. It would be a shame cause i really like him and his song…

  10. Someone says – reply to this


    10

    At least Bruno Mars has talent. I've heard two songs from Robin's latest album (Blurred Lines and Give It To You) and he is nothing but the voice in the background.



  11. 11

    I love both Blurred Lines and Daft Punk's Get Lucky. Both of those tie for song of the summer in my book. Never get tired of listening to either of those 2 songs!

  12. Amanda V says – reply to this


    12

    Uh. I actually don't even think what he said is an insult.

  13. Thermalheat says – reply to this


    13

    Re: DrTake1 – I agree with you. I need to see the full interview and not just one quote. I'm disappointed with Mr. Hilton. This reads like some BOSSIP trash.

  14. HooliganBMars says – reply to this


    14

    Robin Thicke is just jealous it took him 10 years to get his first #1 single and Bruno only 3 years to get his 5 #1 singles.

  15. Samantha says – reply to this


    15

    I'm pretty sure he didn't mean it that way… Everyone makes mistakes; sometimes things slip on accident. Everyone just needs to chill. Robin Thicke is a talented young man. Unlike him, not all of our words are recorded and tracked down on a daily basis. Robin's been making music professionally for a very long time. It's not like he just showed out of nowhere, so you guys need to do some research before you start blasting him. He's very happy about his new success after years and years of working his behind off.

    Simmer down.. Let the man enjoy his reign for the summer. Maybe next year Daft Punk and Bruno Mars will show him up, but not today.

  16. CourtneySucks says – reply to this


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    UGLY RAPIST CREEP WHO SUCKS HIS OWN COCK

  17. cassandra says – reply to this


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    robin thicke is not a good singer. ha ha ha who is he anyway? hes old ha ha ha

  18. Lippz66 says – reply to this


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    Re: DrTake1 – It's an insult in the music business. Because it denounces artists as real musicians; who are defined by using real instruments and not synthesizers. Which is ironic as Blurred Lines IS synth and Bruno Mars's Treasure is all real instruments. So yes this IS considered a "diss".

  19. Lipzz66 says – reply to this


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    Re: Samantha – He meant it exactly the way he said it. He went about saying his song should be number one the wrong way. He should have focused on the song itself and not even mentioned other artists in comparison. He DEFINITELY shouldn't have named names. That's a No-No. Robin is wrong for the way he did this. I wouldn't be surprised if this affects how people see him and regards voting for this song. To even mention Bruno Mars, the man just lost his mother! He has a SOLD OUT Worldwide tour and has NEVER spoke ill in any way against his fellow musicians.

  20. beccakiki says – reply to this


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    Robin's just bitter at the fact that it took him 10 years to get a number one hit while it only took Bruno 3 years to get 5 number one hits



  21. 21

    Re: cassandra – You sound angry about something you need not be angry about. It was really not a diss. If you see it as one, then you were probably already looking for a reason to hammer Robin. This idea that real artists/musicians play "real" instruments is misguided folly. If it makes good music, it's a real instrument, string,brass,woodwind,percussion, synth, or digital. Why would Robin attempt to decry digital/synth sound when his new album incorporates it (as well as "real" instruments)? I'm positive he has great respect for both artist named.

  22. Laughing@theeasilylead says – reply to this


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    How easily some people are influenced. You don't investigate or demand proof before you make comments. A lot of the comments here are probably posted by people who have never heard of Robin Thicke before his Blurred Lines success. I have been a fan from his first album drop. I have never heard him dis another artist or their music. He is very engaging and sometimes a little " T.M.I.", but I think that only serves to show that he is a regular guy and is not putting on an act. Any to the people saying, "I used to like Robin Thicke", tells me you were never a fan if your can be so easily seduced.