R&B singer Robin Thicke has stayed true to his promise of releasing a music video for his Paula Patton-dedicated track “Get Her Back” by premiering the emotional visual Monday (June 23). #GetHerBack
Nearly four minutes in length, Thicke unleashes somber feelings for his estranged wife.
Robin Thicke wants that old thing back. The R&B crooner continues his public campaign to win back his wife of nine years, Paula Patton, in the emotional and intimate video for “Get Her Back,” the first single off his upcoming album Paula. A shirtless Thicke pours his heart out while exchanging texts with a woman who resembles Patton. She tells him, “You ruined everything” and “You drink too much,” while a remorseful Thicke promises to make it right. Tears roll down both their faces as they work to save their marriage. (Rap-Up)
Thicke teased fans with his new Paula music video preview via Instagram over the weekend.
The teaser gives glimpses at a woman who resembles the singer’s estranged wife Paula Patton. She sends him text messages, including one that reads, “I kept trying to warn you you were pushing me too far.” A bloodied Thicke then appears on the screen, looking desperate as he tells her that he just wants to “make it right.” The full music video will be released on Monday, June 23. (Ace Showbiz)
Barring any last-minute changes, Thicke’s next studio release will come packed wth 14 songs.
1. “You’re My Fantasy” 2. “Get Her Back” 3. “Still Madly Crazy” 4. “Lock the Door” 5. “Whatever I Want” 6. “Living in New York City” 7. “Love Can Grow Back” 8. “Black Tar Cloud” 9. “Too Little Too Late” 10. “Tippy Toes” 11. “Something Bad” 12. “The Opposite of Me” 13. “Time of Your Life” 14. “Forever Love” (Paula)
Buzz about Thicke’s follow-up to 2013’s Blurred Lines album being titled Paula surfaced earlier this month.
His five-months-and-counting separation from wife Paula Patton has prompted him to write and produce an entire album dedicated to winning her back. And just so there’s no confusion about whom his seventh solo LP is devoted to, he’s naming it Paula. That’s right. After debuting the album’s heartfelt single, “Get Her Back,” Thicke is stepping things up a notch for that elusive second chance. (MTV)
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