Robin Thicke Streams New Album, ‘Paula,’ In Full


This time last year Robin Thicke was topping charts around the globe with his inescapable single, “Blurred Lines.” The success that followed the song’s release was the most Thicke had received in some time, and it did not take long for him to milk that attention for all it was worth. He ran into trouble, however, when he appeared alongside Miley Cyrus as part of the MTV Video Music Awards. That performance, along with rumors of cheating, caused Thicke to lose his wife, Paula Patton.

Today, Thicke released a full stream of a brand new album titled Paula. The album features fourteen tracks written and produced by Thicke himself, with each track carrying a title inspired by his estranged wife Paula Patton. The album was written in three weeks and recorded in about a month. It hits stores tomorrow, but you can stream the album right now at the end of this post.

Speaking about the inspiration to record an entire album about a single woman, Thicke commented “She’s not just my wife, she’s been my very best friend for 20 years. I lost two people. That’s a lot to talk about.”

Paula hits retailers tomorrow, July 1.

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