With the success of "Blurred Lines", the single, comes the album Blurred Lines soon after. July 30th to be exact. And today, the full tracklist is revealed — most notably with one feature everyone's going to look forward to: Kendrick Lamar. Not really diggin' the artwork though, Mr. Thicke.
ICYMI: the Jimmy Kimmel/Guillermo version of the "Blurred Lines" video is an absolute riot. Watch below and Robin Thicke & Pharrell's performance of "Blurred Lines" here.
Robin Thicke, T.I., and Pharrell have the #1 single in the country AND ARE BLOCKING ALL THE GIRLS!
"Blurred Lines" is now the country's #1 single. Robin Thicke's smooth hit, amplified by it's sexy NSFW video (below), has climbed the Billboard Hot 100 charts all the way to #1. I gotta say that the #1 song in the country was higher than I thought it would get. Even the top 10. But I just underrated how much of a smooth summer jam this is. And don't get me wrong either, I vibe with this song. Thicke and Pharrell got the good vocals and T.I. with a very nice verse — all on top of the latest gem in Skateboard P productions. I let this ride out with the windows down when it comes up in the Shuffle or radio. Congrats to Robin Thicke on his first #1 Hot 100 single!
Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" has catapulted to the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 this week and is the U.K.'s fastest-selling single this year with 190K during the first week. With this success, Thicke is riding that momentum of the summer single for the release of his album of the same name on July 30th. I dig the strategy, especially with the album now two singles deep with the recent release of "4 The Rest Of My Life". I also suspect we see the release of a single with the potential to be the next hit because of features of Kendrick Lamar and 2 Chainz.
And if you're still unsure why "Blurred Lines" is #6 in the country, then you obviously haven't seen the explicit version of the video...