Penny For Your Thoughts With … ROBIN THICKE

PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS… WITH ROBIN THICKE
R&B man Robin Thicke on the release of his third album “Something Else.” Presented by Electronic Urban Report.

Singer Robin Thicke has become a staple in contemporary soul collections. And now Thicke has another disc for music fans to add.

His third album, titled “Something Else,” hits stores in September complemented by a promotional tour beginning in August.

Described as a “further expansion’ of his breakthrough disc, “The Evolution of Robin Thicke,” the disc is laden with classic soul rhythms.

The first single from his latest project, called “Magic” has already garnered strength at urban radio with its track’s reminiscence of Curtis Mayfield.

“It was just the inspiration of the great music of Philly and Motown and the ’70s and Gamble and Huff,” said the platinum-selling artists of the track, as he claimed to have no particular creative process.

However, if Thicke did claim a process, it certainly started long ago.

Thicke is the son of “Growing Pains” sitcom dad Alan Thicke, who in his own right was a musical artist and theme weaver. The elder Thicke is responsible for composing the themes of several game shows and his most memorable offerings are the TV theme songs for “Different Strokes” and “The Facts of Life.” But while these tunes have a certain musical longevity in pop culture, Robin Thicke’s pursuit of music was anything but pop…..

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