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

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.

  • John

    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 !