Robin Thicke is finishing up his fifth studio album, his first since 2009’s Sex Therapy, and he's full of details. The project, titled Love After War, will be released on November 15th, according to RollingStone.com.
“It’s coming great. I think you get to that point where you hate it and then you love it. It’s like any important relationship in your life,” he told Rap-Up.com. “Just myself, written and produced, like the first few albums.”
He also revealed plans to collaborate with Pharrell. “Yeah, we were just actually talking about it maybe while he’s here in the next week or two, we might get together and do something. Because he’s heard the album so he wants to get something on there. So we’re excited,” he said. They previously worked together, notably on “Wanna Love U Girl,” from The Evolution of Robin Thicke. And he tweeted that the first single, “I Lost My Sanity,” will be out next week. Babies, prepare to be made.
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