Posts tagged “Robin Thicke

Robin Thicke – It’s In The Mornin ft. Snoop Dogg video

Quincy Jones feat. Akon – Strawberry Letter 23 (Video) + “Secret Garden” feat. Usher & Robin Thicke


Usher feat. Robin Thicke – Secret Garden – Click To Listen & DL

off  Quincy’s upcoming album “Q: Soul Bossa Nostra” … The Usher & Robin Thicke track is a Barry White rendition song from the same project. The Quincy Jones remix album boasts guest appearances from the likes of Mary J. Blige, Usher, Akon, Ludacris, Trey Songz and more.


Robin Thicke & Jay-Z – Meiplé Studio Session

Robin Thicke feat. Jay-Z – Meiple (Me-I-Play)

Robin Thicke feat. Jay-Z – Meiple (Me-I-Play) – Click To Listen

Robin Thicke feat. Nicki Minaj – Shakin It For Daddy

Robin Thicke feat. Nicki Minaj – Shakin It For Daddy – Click To Listen

Nicki is a long way from Jamaica Queens now….thats wassup, good for her.

Robin Thicke – Dreamworld

Robin Thicke is the man


Robin Thicke Denied Cover Because of Race?

In a recent interview with Billboard, R&B singer Robin Thicke sounded off on some of his troubles in the music industry—specifically with Vibe magazine.

Thicke, who rose to industry prominence in 2006 under the watchful eye of Pharrell and Star Trak Records was denied the cover of the monthly publication because he’s white.

“When I did a recent interview with Vibe magazine I asked, ‘Why can’t I get the cover? This is a magazine I love. If there’s one magazine that I’d want to be on the cover of, it’s Vibe,’” Thicke said of the situation.

The response he received was startling.

“Their response was they don’t have white artists on the cover; that the only white artist they’ve had on the cover was Eminem. I guess if that’s what it is, it is what it is. And I respect that because I live in a house with a black woman.”

Despite the incident, Thicke is taking the trials and tribulations in stride, refusing to condemn the decision of the magazine as reverse racism.

“I won’t use the word ‘racism.’ I will say it’s a tough — but rewarding — fight,” he says.

At the end of the day, Thicke says he will continue to do what he does best: make music that transcends color lines. For this, he cites the late Bob Marley.

“You can’t always expect people to be as color-blind or open-minded as you want. What you can do is keep giving your heart and soul, like Bob Marley did. His music became so overwhelmingly loving; it was a relentless love in a sense. Keep beating them down with love and they can’t stop you.”

Robin Thicke is currently working on his third solo effort, Something Else which will hit shelves September 30. His first single is titled “Magic.”