Robin Thicke’s 7th studio album will be named ‘Paula’ after his estranged wife, Paula Patton. Is this another in a series of attempts to win her back?
While Robin Thicke, 37, and Paula Patton, split in Feb. 2014, the feeling was not mutual, despite what they claimed in their joint statement to People mag. Ever since their breakup, Robin has been very vocal in his desire to win Paula back. Well, it looks like he still hasn’t given up — his 7th studio album will be named Paula, according to Rap-Up.
Robin Thicke: ‘Paula’ Will Be The Title Of His 7th Album
Paula is set to release July 1 from Star Trak/Interscope Records, according to RapUp, and will, of course, feature “Get Her Back,” which Robin debuted live at the Billboard Music Awards in May. In “Get Her Back,” Robin sings, “All I wanna do is make it right” and “I’ll wait for forever for you to love me again.” The message is not too subtle — Robin obviously wants Paula to change her mind.
The couple share a 4-year-old son, Julian, and they have not been shy about going out in public as a family. Indeed, it’s clear that they “will always love each other and be best friends,” as they wrote in their statement, but Robin is obviously not content with being just friends. Paula, so far, has seemed unmoved by his pleas.
Robin Thicke & Paula Patton’s Separation Was Not Mutual — He Wants Her Back
In February, not long after their split, Robin told TMZ photographers in D.C. that he was “trying to get [Paula] back,” and later that evening at his concert, he sang “Lost Without U” and told the crowd: “For y’all that don’t know — me and my wife separated, but I’m trying to get my girl back. She’s a good woman.”
So, HollywoodLifers, do you think that Paula will ever take Robin back? Will she think that naming an album after her is romantic? Or is she finished with his womanizing ways? Let us know!
— Amanda Michelle Steiner