Robin Thicke, Audio Interview

Robin Thicke - Audio Interview

Robin Thicke - Audio Interview

Robin Thicke
Audio Interview

We recently caught up with Robin in London to discuss his new album and the what the future holds.

Robin Thicke releases his anticipated album `The Evolution Of Robin Thicke' on July 2nd.

The Evolution Of Robin Thicke contains 16 new songs written and produced by the man himself with the exception of `Wanna Love You Girl' produced by the Neptunes.

The album features `Lost Without You' which reached #1 on The Billboard Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs making Robin the first white male artist since George Michael to top the R&B singles chart.

The Evolution of Robin Thicke is the second solo album from the critically acclaimed, Grammy award-winning songwriter and producer. The album is a timeless work of art. With a voice of purity, passion and soulfulness, Robin brings to life the stories and emotions of the last two years of his life. It is an album that tells the tales of love, loss, temptation, redemption and finding hope when all the odds are against you. "My greatest desire with this album was to write songs that were completely honest and sing them with the emotion I was feeling when I wrote them, so that whoever listens to my music is brought as close to my experiences and life as possible."

At sixteen, with no formal training, Robin began professionally writing and producing music for recording artists like Brandy and Brian McKnight. Over the years he has amassed dozens of gold and platinum records with artists including Usher, Mary J. Blige, Michael Jackson and Christina Aguilera.


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