Robin Thicke

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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Miley Cyrus Twerks on Santa, Ariana Grande Spreads Cheer at Jingle Ball

Miley Cyrus

From Miley to Macklemore, pop’s biggest stars rung in the holidays at 102.7 KIIS FM’s Jingle Ball in Los Angeles on Friday.

Following their seven Grammy nominations, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis rocked the Staples Center and brought out Schoolboy Q to perform “White Walls.”

Despite feeling under the weather, pint-sized diva Ariana Grande was cute as can be in a wintery white dress while singing an acoustic version of “Honeymoon Avenue” and her holiday single “Last Christmas.” She had technical difficulties during her set, but that didn’t stop her.

“I’m sorry if my mic was off the whole entire time. At least you know I’m not a track, right?” she told the crowd.

Some interpreted the comment as shade, but she took to Twitter to clear the air. “Ohhh jesus. I wasn’t throwing shade AT ALL I didn’t even see anyone else’s set. I was sick backstage that’s why I didn’t even do the carpet,” said Ariana.

Miley Cyrus was more naughty than nice during her provocative performance. The pop singer remixed her set for the holidays, twerking on St. Nick and dancing with sexy reindeer and a Christmas tree while performing “We Can’t Stop” and “#GETITRIGHT.”

“You are a VERY BAD Santa @CheyneThomas,” Miley told her friend.

Robin Thicke performed “Blurred Lines” with T.I. and caught up with his VMA partner-in-crime Miley backstage. His wife Paula Patton also stopped by to support her man, who was nominated for three Grammys earlier in the evening.

Jordin Sparks helped her boyfriend Jason Derulo cool off following his sweaty set, while other performers included Travie McCoy, Austin Mahone, Selena Gomez, and Enrique Iglesias.

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Robin Thicke, T.I., Miguel, Lorde, & Macklemore Perform at Grammy Nominations Concert

T.I., Robin Thicke, and Verdine White

The race for Grammy gold kicked off on Friday night at “The GRAMMY Nominations Concert Live!! — Countdown to Music’s Biggest Night” at the Nokia Theatre in L.A. Nominations in major categories were announced live on air during the one-hour CBS special, which featured performances from multiple nominees including Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, and Robin Thicke.

Seven-time nominees Macklemore & Ryan Lewis opened the show with “Thrift Shop,” which was nominated for Best Rap Song.

“Hopefully what we have been able to do this past year, it’s a model for other people to follow, that you do not need a record label, that you do not need a big company behind you,” said Macklemore, whose album The Heist was released independently.

Lorde delivered her Record of the Year-nominated hit “Royals,” and two-time nominee Miguel teamed with Keith Urban on a cover of Bill Withers’ “Ain’t No Sunshine.”

With some help from T.I. and Earth, Wind & Fire’s Verdine White, Thicke had the crowd in its feet with his Grammy-nominated hit “Blurred Lines.” His wife Paula Patton and father Alan Thicke congratulated him backstage on his three nominations.

Kelly Rowland, who was nominated for Best R&B Song for Fantasia’s “Without You,” presented Best Country Album and caught up with Lorde and LL Cool J.

Check out some backstage pics and watch the performances below.

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New Music: DJ Cassidy f/ Robin Thicke & Jessie J – ‘Calling All Hearts’

Jessie J, DJ Cassidy, and Robin Thicke

Report to the dance floor. DJ Cassidy boogies down with Robin Thicke and Jessie J on “Calling All Hearts,” the first single off his upcoming album. He premiered the feel-good record while on tour with Jay Z and Justin Timberlake over the summer, and has already shot a video.

The trio will hit the road together starting on February 21 in Atlanta.

Break out the disco ball and get into their groovy jam.

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Robin Thicke Performs ‘Feel Good’ on ‘The Voice’

Robin Thicke

After performing his smash “Blurred Lines” with T.I. and Pharrell in May, Robin Thicke returned to NBC’s “The Voice” on Monday. Sitting at the piano, the blue-eyed soul man performed his new single “Feel Good” as Adam Levine and CeeLo Green looked on. He made his way on top of the sparkly piano, while disco balls shined down on him and sweated dripped down his face.

On February 21, he will launch his North American tour with Jessie J at Atlanta’s Fox Theatre.

Get a taste of what you can expect when Robin comes to a city near you.

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Robin Thicke Performs with Iggy Azalea at MTV EMA

Robin Thicke and Iggy Azalea

Miley Cyrus wasn’t the only pop star sexing up the MTV EMA stage. Her VMA co-conspirator Robin Thicke also performed at Sunday’s show, but this time he had a new leading lady. The R&B crooner was joined by Iggy Azalea while performing his song of the summer, “Blurred Lines.”

Surrounded by topless dancers, who were covered with metallic body paint, Thicke worked up a sweat in his suit before the Aussie bombshell strut on stage to deliver a new rap verse.

He then hit the piano to perform his new single “Feel Good.” Lawd have mercy!

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Robin Thicke Talks Miley Cyrus, Fatherhood, & Marvin Gaye Lawsuit with Oprah

Oprah, Robin Thicke, and Julian Fuego

“It’s been a wild year to say the least,” said Robin Thicke during his hour-long interview on “Oprah’s Next Chapter,” which aired on Sunday. Six years after his first appearance on Oprah’s talk show, the R&B crooner reunited with the media mogul to discuss the best year of his career, his mega-hit “Blurred Lines,” his wife and son, and of course, the Miley Cyrus VMA controversy.

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