Robin Thicke Albums Ranked

Robin Alan Thicke (born March 10, 1977) is an American-Canadian singer, songwriter, and record producer. He has collaborated with numerous artists, such as Nicki Minaj, 3T, T.I., Christina Aguilera, Jessie J, K. Michelle, Pharrell, DJ Cassidy, Usher, Jennifer Hudson, Flo Rida, Brandy, Kid Cudi, Mary J. Blige and even composed songs for Marc Anthony. Thicke worked on albums such as Usher’s Confessions and Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter III while releasing his own R&B singles in the United States including “Lost Without U”, “Magic”, and “Sex Therapy”. He gained international fame in 2013 with his single “Blurred Lines”, which reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100. He is currently a judge on the Fox musical competition show The Masked Singer. Thicke is the son of actress Gloria Loring and actor Alan Thicke. He married actress Paula Patton in 2005; in 2014, their separation and divorce were covered extensively by the tabloid press. Here are all of Robin Thicke’s albums ranked.

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7. Paula (2014)

Robin Thicke - Robin Thicke: Paula [CD] - Music

“Robin is a very talented artist and I just love his work, from his clever lyrics to his music arrangements. You can hear the pain in his voice on several songs. Maybe he should have thought about that pain before he caused it. Don’t think this collection will make Paula come back to him, but nice try.”

6. Something Else (2008)

Robin Thicke - Something Else | Releases | Discogs

” point that while it’s next to impossible to put yourself in someone elses shoes in terms of race that it never hurts to keep trying and become successful while your at it. This album belongs with a selection of albums that are a good step for new R&B/funk/soul albums to take because it doesn’t plunder only the past for ideas and,not only that but concepts that it does take from that also involve lyrical and musical intricacy and communicating important ideas to listeners.”

5. Sex Therapy (2009)

Album Cover: Robin Thicke – 'Sex Therapy' | Rap-Up

“This album is laced with a nice mix of slow jams and danceable grinders. This is a wonderfully conceptualized CD with flow that is more than just a compilation of singles like a lot of released recently.”

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4. A Beautiful World (2003)

Thicke – A Beautiful World (2003, CD) - Discogs

“Well for one, this album doesn’t contain many slow ballads. Most of it is pretty up-tempo, positive tracks that bring happiness to the listener. Robin’s voice and smooth falsetto shine all throughout the record and he just makes ya feel good. I think that this album should be purchased by people who are fans of R&B music that contains some elements not traditionally found in R&B music.”

3. Love After War (2011)

Love After War (Deluxe Version) - Album by Robin Thicke | Spotify

“Robin Thicke is one of those artists that can actually sing and write. It’s a talent that not everyone has had in the past, and one that not everyone has especially now. I knew it wasn’t a wrong choice to purchase this album, and I’m glad I did”

2. Blurred Lines (2013)

Robin Thicke – Blurred Lines (2013, CD) - Discogs

“As Robin Thicke entered the music scene his music seemed to be a conglomeration of R & B Styles. With this effort Thicke has come into his own. The collaborations between he and Pharrell Williams work and he has found a sound that is his own. Blurred Lines is by far his best collective effort.”

1. The Evolution Of Robin Thicke (2006)

The Evolution Of Robin Thicke - Album by Robin Thicke | Spotify

“Although, Robin went into a different direction he actually went somewhere alot of us wanted to follow. His voice still remains beautiful and flows effortlessly. Blue eyed soul has been attempted numerous times, but this album is different. This album keeps the integrity of soul music and it has credibility. It is authentic.”