Robin Thicke is giving fans different options of therapy with the release of his latest album “Sex Therapy.”
On Tuesday, December 15th, to the pleasure of his many followers, the singer released two versions of his new album, “Sex Therapy: The Session” a shorter version for those who are ready for just a quick fling and “Sex Therapy: The Experience” which includes different intros, different interludes and three additional songs.
The album, produced by Thicke, Swizz Beatz and Polow Da Don, includes the slow tracks and hit single “Sex Therapy” and “Mrs. Sexy.” It also has collaborations by Jay-Z on the hot samba song “Meiplé,” an appearance by female rapper Nicki Minaj on “Shakin’ It 4 Daddy,” and a duet with British sensation Estelle on the rough track “Rollacosta.”
The R&B crooner began his music career by penning hits for the likes of Christina Aguilera, Mya, Brandy and Marc Anthony. But before making hits for others, Thicke released his debut album “Cherry Blue Skies” in 2000 to moderate success.
In 2004, he won his first Grammy Award for his contribution on Usher’s album “Confessions.” And in 2006 on his second album, “The Evolution of Robin Thicke,” the R&B artist gained recognition with the hit single and slow ballad “Lost Without You,” which reached number fourteen on the Billboard Hot 100, and number one on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.
Thicke who credits his wife actress Paula Patton behind the inspiration of his effort is certainly not running out of ideas and fans can rest assure that with the two versions, they will have more “Sex Therapy” sessions that they bargain for. The couple will be having a baby pretty soon. Stay tuned for more details…
Written by Valerie Varasse
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