‘Blurred Lines’ singer Robin Thicke considering recording a country album

The singer of the summer's biggest song (the one that's not by Florida Georgia Line), the one you haven't been able to escape unless you've lived under a rock or don't have a T.V., is planning on recording a country album. 

Robin Thicke, singer of the damn-infectious Blurred Lines (there's also a controversial naked version of the above video here), has expressed his desire to record a country album. 

Determined to break all musical boundaries, Thicke recently told the Associated Press, "I want to get right in the studio. I want to make a country album, a Christmas album, a gospel album. I'm like, 'Finally!' I'm ready to make four albums right now."

Oh hell, why not? Everyone else is trying out country music, he might as well get in on the free-for-all too. 

FYI, Robin is the son of "Growing Pains" papa Alan Thicke in case you were trying to figure out how Robin looked familiar. 


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