Robin Thicke stopped by “106 & Park” on the eve of his fifth album release Love After War. The debonair crooner was in a great mood as he told hosts Rocsi and Terrence what his album is all about, wished his wife Paula Patton happy birthday, and revealed the key to keeping his relationship alive (“lingerie and high heels”).
“This album is about love, it’s about family, it’s about forgiveness and redemption, and it’s about the party,” explained Thicke, who performed “Love After War” and “Magic.” “You gotta keep the party going when all that goes down.”
While his wife was shooting Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, Thicke was at home taking care of their 8-month-old son Julian. “I lost my manhood,” he joked. “I gotta get my swagger back.”
He also shared what he wants his legacy to be. “I hope after I make 10, 20 albums, people will play my music 30 years from now and say white boy was putting it down right there,” he said. “I wanna be the white boy on BET for the rest of my life.”