Robin Thicke names new album Paula after estranged wife and takes cringe to another level
The 'Blurred Lines' singer has written a new record that will be out in July
Robin Thicke is taking the meaning of ‘desperate’ to new heights and planning to name his next album after his estranged wife.
The “Blurred Lines” singer separated from Paula Patton in February after nine years of marriage and, ever since that fateful day, he has been trying in vain to reconcile.
Thicke has already premiered the not-so-subtle single “Get Her Back” and dedicted “Lost Without U” to his former lover at gigs, but Paula will make his intentions ever clearer.
The 27-year-old has written and produced the album entirely by himself, Rap Up reports, so this really is delivered from the heart (cringe).
Patton is yet to respond to her ex’s repeated efforts to win her over, despite admitting the she will always hold a “deep love” for him.
The reasons for their split remain private, but reports suggest that numerous photos showing Thicke flirting with other women may have played a part.
Thicke is due to perform some of his new songs at the BET Awards in Los Angeles at the end of June, with Paula set for release in July.
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