First, Robin Thicke got "Deep" with Nas, now he's taking "One Shot" with Juicy J on another collaboration. The song is a be-boppin', showstoppin', uptempo tune with a vintage jazz flair and a modern twist.
Robin Thicke tackles the hardships in relationships on his new single, "Deep," while his collaborator Nas puts the spotlight on police brutality and social injustice.
Over 200 Musicians Show Support for Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams & T.I. In ‘Blurred Lines’ Appeal
Many musicians aren't taking that sitting down; many artists are supporting Thicke, Williams, and T.I. as they appeal the “Blurred Lines” copyright infringement verdict.
Their lawyers are now seeking to appeal the verdict or order a new trial on the grounds that "a cascade of legal errors" led to the decision. They claim the judge gave faulty instructions to the jury.
As of Monday (Dec. 7), Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams officially filed their motion to appeal the verdict.
Just a week after the song's debut, Robin Thicke and Nicki Minajâs collab, "Back Together," gets a video treat. The clip features a 1960s vibe as Thicke and his dapper friends chill at a lush pool party.
Robin Thickeâs return to the spotlight continues. Debuting the song last week, Thicke performed his new single, âBack Together,â this morning (Aug. 12) on Good Morning America.
The song (produced by Max Martin) features an '80s flavor as Thicke yearns to get freaky with an ex.
Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams will get to keep some extra money in their pockets from a recent "Blurred Lines" verdict, but they will see a dip in future earnings.
In an interview with Billboard, the crooner says the initial idea was to be romantic, but after a talk with is best friend after his performance of âForever Loveâ at the 2014 BET Awards, he realized it was more embarrassing than anything...