Robin Thicke is feeling the “Magic” on his new single due May 20th, the first cut from his third studio album due this summer. The R&B singer introduced his soulful sound to the world on the platinum certified album “The Evolution Of Robin Thicke” in 2006. Since then the artist who earned praise for his soulful and classic sound on records like “Can U Believe” and “Wanna Love U Girl” has been working on the follow up album tentatively titled “Something Else,” which the singer reportedly wrote and produced from start to finish.
On “Magic,” the uptempo first single from “Something Else,” (due July 1st) Thicke expands on his sultry, classic R&B sound reminiscent of a “feel good” Marvin Gaye or Isaac Hayes record where Thicke explains “sometimes you feel no hope, I’ve been there across that lonely road.” Celebrating with horns, horns and more horns he croons about that perfect relationship on “Magic” saying – “I can make it alright, I can wake up in paradise. We got that magic girl.” Thicke’s “Magic” is slated for release on May 20th, (Check Out The Single at robin-thicke.net) with “Something Else” due July 1st via StarTrak/Interscope.
Robin Thicke – Something Else (2008) (July 1st)
– Magic (First Single)
– Sidestep (Second Single)
– Dream World
– Sweetest Love
– Mr. Loverman