17 Songs, 1 Hour 1 Minute

EDITORS’ NOTES

Robin Thicke’s fifth album is a 21st-century update of the ‘70s R&B albums that balanced big ambitions with deeply felt emotions. The seductive title track and the bossa nova-tinged “Lovely Lady” illuminate Thicke’s loverman side; his fruitful partnership with prolific MC Lil Wayne continues on the simmering “Pretty Lil’ Heart”; and the rallying cry “Never Give Up” combines Broadway bravado with Thicke’s chutzpah-filled vocal. Brimming with passion and heart, Love After War shows why he quickly ascended to R&B’s upper echelons.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Robin Thicke’s fifth album is a 21st-century update of the ‘70s R&B albums that balanced big ambitions with deeply felt emotions. The seductive title track and the bossa nova-tinged “Lovely Lady” illuminate Thicke’s loverman side; his fruitful partnership with prolific MC Lil Wayne continues on the simmering “Pretty Lil’ Heart”; and the rallying cry “Never Give Up” combines Broadway bravado with Thicke’s chutzpah-filled vocal. Brimming with passion and heart, Love After War shows why he quickly ascended to R&B’s upper echelons.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
115 Ratings
115 Ratings
panther2011p ,

Great Songs!

Last album by Robin, I didn't enjoy too much. It was all about sex pretty much. This Albulm is alot better. I've been listining to his music since I was in 7 grade. I still love all the albums he put though. I saw him performing live on Tv last night and he sounds exactly the same, go figure!

Gemini0006 ,

So relaxing...

Listening to this album makes me want to get a man.. lol... Seriously very laid back and relaxing. I mean just play it and you will see he does not have too many guest appreances (thank god) so it's all him love him to pieces.

kevozworld ,

Amazing!

Idk what this person is talking about below me, but this album was amazing. There is a lot of good chill music on this album. I was really excited and surprised from the very beginning! Robin really took it to another level with this album. He doesn't even sound the same. He as moved on from his whispering soulful melodies to a strong soulful sound. Good job man!

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