Robin Thicke

Feb
24
Robin Thicke and Paula Patton Split

Robin Thicke and Paula Patton

The romance is over for Robin Thicke and Paula Patton. The couple has announced their separation after nearly nine years of marriage.

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Feb
12
New Music: Robin Thicke f/ Tamar Braxton – ‘For the Rest of My Life (Remix)’

Tamar Braxton and Robin Thicke

Tamar Braxton is giving Robin Thicke’s single “For the Rest of My Life” some new life. The “Braxton Family Values” star joins the ladies’ man on the remix to his Blurred Lines ballad, which he penned about his wife Paula Patton.

The R&B powerhouses set off sparks as they ask “Baby will you stay mine?” on the wedding anthem.

On February 21, Thicke will hit the road with another one of R&B’s leading ladies, K. Michelle.

Listen to their tender duet below.

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Jan
26
Robin Thicke and Chicago Perform Medley at Grammys

Robin Thicke

Robin Thicke teamed up with the legendary Chicago during his performance at Sunday’s Grammys. The R&B crooner performed a medley of the bands’ hits including “Does Anyone Really Know What Time It Is?,” “Beginnings,” and “Saturday in the Park.” He capped things off with his Grammy-nominated hit “Blurred Lines,” making his way into the audience as he sang.

On February 21, Robin will kick off his North American tour with K. Michelle at Atlanta’s Fox Theatre.

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Jan
7
Robin Thicke, Lorde, & Katy Perry to Perform at Grammys

Robin Thicke

Music’s Biggest Night just got bigger. Robin Thicke, Lorde, and Katy Perry have been added to the performers for the 56th Annual Grammy Awards.

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Jan
1
NYE Performances: Miley Cyrus, Mariah Carey, Robin Thicke, Ariana Grande, Macklemore, & Jennifer Hudson

Miley Cyrus

While you were toasting to 2014, music’s biggest stars were providing the soundtrack to New Year’s Eve. Following a whirlwind year, Miley Cyrus took over New York City’s Times Square for “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest.” Wearing a long white fur coat and sequined gold attire, the pop star performed “#GETITRIGHT” and “Wrecking Ball” with a little person and her band.

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis capped off an epic 2013 with performances of their hits “Thrift Shop” and “Can’t Hold Us.”

“New Years 2014. Times Square. Rapping to the world… A fitting end to the year I could have never dreamed of,” tweeted Macklemore.

Robin Thicke delivered his mega-hit “Blurred Lines,” Jennifer Hudson powered through her new single “I Can’t Describe (The Way I Feel),” and Jason Derulo performed his Jordin Sparks-inspired song “Marry Me.”

Ariana Grande was joined by Big Sean for a performance of “Right There,” while Pitbull kept the celebration going with “Don’t Stop the Party” and “Timber.”

Over on “NBC’s New Year’s Eve with Carson Daly,” Mariah Carey kicked off 2014 with a medley of her hits. Perched on a rooftop overlooking NYC, the pop diva ran through “Fantasy,” “Honey,” “Always Be My Baby,” “We Belong Together,” and more. Later in the program, she performed her new single “The Art of Letting Go.”

If you missed any of the performances, watch them below.

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Dec
16
Video: Robin Thicke – ‘Feel Good’

Robin Thicke

From the mega-success of “Blurred Lines” to his three Grammy nominations, Robin Thicke has every reason to “Feel Good.” The R&B crooner caps off the biggest year of his career with the glitzy video for the third single off his album Blurred Lines.

The suave singer plays a sparkly piano and pours glitter from a champagne bottle as showgirls dance around him. He shows off some slick moves of his own and plays a little roulette.

He will ring in the new year at the SLS Miami and kick off his North American tour with Jessie J and DJ Cassidy in Atlanta on February 21.

Watch Robin work his charm in the dazzling clip.

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Dec
10
New Music: Robin Thicke & Ron Burgundy – ‘Ride Like the Wind’

Anchorman 2

Fresh off his three Grammy nominations, Robin Thicke meets Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell) on a cover of Christopher Cross’ “Ride Like the Wind” for the highly-anticipated film Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. Thicke rides the ’80s groove, while Burgundy provides comedic ad libs.

“I was born the son of a lawless man,” sings Thicke, while Burgundy responds, “You mean Alan Thicke?” referring to his father.

The soundtrack arrives December 17, while the movie hits theaters the following day featuring cameos from Drake and Kanye West.

Hear their unexpected, yet hilarious collaboration below.

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