The jury is hearing closing arguments for the “Blurred Lines” trial that pins Robin Thicke, producer Pharrell Williams and rapper Clifford “T.I” Harris against Marvin Gaye’s family regarding claims that the “Blurred Lines” creative team copied Gaye’s 1977 hit “Got To Give It Up. As previously reported, “Blurred Lines” netted over $16 million in profits, shining a huge spotlight on the Gaye Family’s speculations. NBC News’ Joe Fryer provided an interesting analysis for the Today Show this morning. We felt like it provided great context to the situation. We’ll keep you posted as we learn more details. See the news feature below.