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Robin Thicke


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Los Angeles, United States (1995 – present)

Robin Charles Thicke (born March 10, 1977 in Los Angeles, California) is a Grammy award winning American R&B singer-songwriter, producer and actor signed to Pharrell’s Star Trak label. The son of actor Alan Thicke released his debut album A Beautiful World in 2003. He has gone on to release 2006’s The Evolution of Robin Thicke, 2008’s Something Else, 2009’s Sex Therapy, 2011’s Love After War and 2013’s Blurred Lines. He is married to actress Paula Patton, and they have a son Julian Fuego, born in April of 2010.

Before his days as a singer-songwriter, Thicke had written songs for 3T’s “Sexual Attention” (from 1995’s Brotherhood, which Thicke shares co-writing credit with one half of The Underdogs, Damon Thomas), Color Me Badd’s “Sexual Capacity” off the groups 1996 album, Now & Forever. Brownstone’s “Around You” (from 1997’s Still Climbing) and collaborated with Jordan Knight, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis on several songs in Knight’s 1999 album Jordan Knight.

In 2000 Thicke went to work on material for his debut album, initially entitled Cherry Blue Skies. The album focused more on blue-eyed soul, than his pop-offerings for other artists. Mixing in influences from British funk outfit Jamiroquai and sounding like his blue-eyed contemporary, Canadian neo-soul singer, Remy Shand, the album was tipped for huge things and to be released in the fall of 2002.


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  • kelseymillz

    Which do you like more... Blurred Lines or Word Crimes?!?!?! Hahah Weird Al's parody is hilariously amazing

    28 Jul 2:45am Reply
  • JasonTrawick

    Lock The Door ♥

    28 Jul 12:46am Reply
  • bangBANG_urDEAD

    Maybe you'll enjoy this parody of "Blurred Lines".

    25 Jul 5:08pm Reply
  • Selena1995

    Love PAULA at first listen. He's now back to real good music.

    24 Jul 11:42pm Reply
  • LeOnlovesJapan

    Love PAULA at first listen. So much better than Blurred Lines album, his worst one IMO. He's now back to real good music.

    19 Jul 9:13am Reply
  • thurvatoz

    ta mal vc ein

    16 Jul 2:31am Reply
  • damoneymapotnah

    People must have forget Robin made on of the best R&B albums of all time "The Evolution of Robin Thicke"

    15 Jul 10:34pm Reply
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  • danmarzella24

    @autorretratos, you are a sad excuse for a human if you are cheering on someone's failure.

    11 Jul 3:40pm Reply
  • fran_madlener

    "Robin Thicke's album Paula sells fewer than 54 copies in Australia" oh my.

    11 Jul 3:01pm Reply
  • bodyelectric_

    one hit wonder

    11 Jul 5:30am Reply
  • Vanilla-villa

    Oh dear... :s

    10 Jul 10:45pm Reply
  • jordan3606

    I don't think the poor sales are anything to do with the fact he's been labelled misogynistic - Paula just isn't as exciting as Blurred Lines and doesn't have the same mainstream appeal... I had a quick flick through some of the tracks and there's nothing that compares to the high production, smash-hit stuff on the previous album (Blurred Lines aside - I'm talking about Give it 2 U, Get in My Way, Ooo La La etc.). I'm not saying it's bad music, but for people that aren't into the genre, there isn't much of note.

    10 Jul 10:45pm Reply
  • menswear2112

    What? He sold 530 copies in one week? That much?!?

    10 Jul 9:16pm Reply
  • raymaxxp

    Critics are being too harsh and unfair towards him. I don't like him either but some of those songs are very good.

    10 Jul 1:05pm Reply
  • autorretratos

    I'm glad he's doing bad.

    10 Jul 3:27am Reply
  • danmarzella24

    I feel really bad for Robin! He is a great artist! I've liked all of his albums. His new album is really good! I don't know why it didn't sell! I think people are being really unfair to him, about Blurred Lines apparently being "sexist" (if that were true he would not be the first person to have a "sexist" song). He's made a ton of beautiful love songs too. Also people need to get off of him about his divorce. That's no reason to shun him and not appreciate his art. Robin, I support you and love ALL of your music since the beginning!

    9 Jul 4:11pm Reply

    Blurred Lines 177 mil >>>>>>>>>>>>> PAULA 530 cópias

    8 Jul 11:10pm Reply
  • DickBigems

    Okay, it's about time to retire now.

    8 Jul 8:56pm Reply
  • victorttt

    Living In New York City 😍

    7 Jul 5:14am Reply
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