Robin Thicke is an R&B singer and son of actors Alan Thicke and Gloria Loring. At the turn of the millennium he quietly released his debut album, Cherry Blue Skies. But he found his audience with his 2006 album, The Evolution of Robin Thicke, which was led by the hit track “Lost Without U.” The song topped Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, making him the first white singer since George Michael to do so. In 2014, Thicke and wife, actress Paula Paton, announced they would be separating. Despite his personal woes, Thicke continues to build his musical reputation with his sixth LP, Blurred Lines spawning the eponymously titled megatrack that scorched the entire summer of 2013. He starred on the first season of BET series Real Husbands of Hollywood.