Robin Thicke also known as Thicke, is identifiable for many other titles such as singer,
songwriter, producer, composer, and musician just to name a few.
Robin was born March 10, 1977 to popular American vocalist Gloria Loring and 1990's
sitcom star Alan Thicke of Growing Pains. Robin's love of music has been with him since
his youth and prompted him to start penning melodies in his teens. Robin began his music
career writing songs for popular artists like Usher, Mya, Brandy, and so on.
It wasn't until 2002 that Thicke released his debut album "Cherry Blue Skies". The single
released from the album, "When I Get You Alone" finally introduced Thicke to the world as
a singer. Due to the success of the single, the album was re-released under a different
name, "A Beautiful World (2003)" only to received lukewarm success.
A couple of years later, Thicke signed with producing powerhouse group The Neptunes'
record label, Star Trak. He went on to release the single "Wanna Love U Girl" featuring
Pharrell Williams. In 2006, Thicke released his album "The Evolution of Robin Thicke."
With this album the artist received enormous success. The artist scored a number one hit
on R&B charts with the song, "Lost Without U." The song helped make Thicke the first
white American male in almost 20 years to top R&B charts since pop singer George Michael.