Robin Thicke Wants To Kiss And Make Up On New Song “Love After War”

Sep 30th, 2011 // 2 Comments

Robin Thicke tunes into his animal instincts again in his new track “Love After War”, the title track from his upcoming fifth studio LP. Over a jazzy backdrop, the former(?) sex therapist finds himself hoping to settle an argument with his lady — ’cause we all know the best time to knock boots is after you kiss and make up. Listen below.

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The concept behind Thicke’s new album is based on the singer’s personal life the past two years, and his experiences becoming a husband and a father for the first time. (We thought his cover of “Let’s Stay Together” did that nicely too). The songs on the LP will follow the trials and tribulations of a married young couple working out their differences and starting their family.

Love After War drops November 15.


  1. Thicke holds it down for the old-school R&B, and he has my respect for that. I don’t know if this is a hit, but it’s a solid track.

    • K.M. Bradford

      What in the hell do you mean, that is a hit. If you are truly old school, listen if you can hear it, maybe not (MARVIN) alllllllday baby. He’s got soulllllll. Listen again !

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