Robin Thicke has had such success with his hit single Blurred Lines and now it's time for the whole album to be released. The album will be called Blurred Lines also and Thicke is feeling nervous about its having the same success as the single.
In an interview with MTV News, Thicke revealed:
One minute I'm very excited, the next I'm terribly nervous. Anytime you release your music or you put something out there that you care very deeply about, you know, you're always a little scared. But for the most part, I'm always excited to give people my new music.
The new album will feature an array of eclectic music with R&B mixed funky dance tracks. Thicke has collaborated with artists including Timbaland, will.i.am, Pharrell, T.I., 2 Chainz, and Kendrick Lamar.
Unlike his video for his single Blurred Lines, which featured a lot of nude women, nothing should be too shocking. Thicke said it won't even shock his father, actor Alan Thicke.
No. 1 single and album right now... I'm speechless. Cannot thank you all enough for believing in my music.
— Robin Thicke (@robinthicke) July 30, 2013
Well, so far today, his album has been doing great and he performed live on the Today Show.
— NBC News PR (@NBCNewsPR) July 30, 2013
I'd say he can put his worrying to rest.
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