Robin Thicke Talks Resilience After Losing His Father, His Home, And Working On His Eighth Album
If you’re a true Robin Thicke fan, you’ve witnessed the singer go through many ups and downs along his journey, from being the kid who was just trying to make it while rocking shoulder-length hair riding a bike through NYC to the man whose “Blurred Lines” domestic and international audiences couldn’t get enough of. Unfortunately along the path, Thicke has had to bounce back from many lows, including divorcing ex-wife Paula Patton, losing his father unexpectedly in 2016, and having his Malibu home destroyed by California wildfires just six months ago. And we can’t forget the legal drama involving his biggest hit and the Marvin Gay estate.
But resilience just might be the 42-year-old blue-eyed soul singer’s middle name because as he adjusts to welcoming his third child this past February and prepares to release his eighth album later this tear, Thicke’s focus is clearer than ever — and his spirits couldn’t be higher. Check out our interview with him as he discusses his children being his motivation for being a better man and why right now is the time to drop new music.