Robin Thicke believes the only way he can beat his current success with 'Blurred Lines' is to recruit Barack Obama to feature in the next music video.
The 'Blurred Lines' hitmaker - who has sold nearly one million copies of the catchy track in the UK alone - believes the only way he can beat his current success is by recruiting the US president to feature in his next video.
Speaking to MTV news, he said: ''We're going to have to see if President Obama will be in it.
''I don't know how you can top 'Blurred Lines'. Either that, or maybe we just won't make a video at all. Just disappear on top.
''It's like winning the championship in your last season. Why play again?''
The 35-year-old singer previously explained why he decided to make an upbeat album and admitted he penned the cheerful tracks after becoming bored with his ''depressing bulls**t'' music.
Robin - who married his long time girlfriend Paula Patton in 2005 - said: ''It's a summer party album all the way and the most fun and happiest one I've ever made.
''I always wanted to be respected as an artist. As I got older, I didn't want to hear my own depressing bulls**t any more, I just wanted to hear some fun music I could dance with my wife to.''
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