The “Hunter” singer also called himself a feminist: “If feminism is a synonym for equality, then, yeah, sure.”
Featuring a world where men and women’s roles are reversed in everyday situations, life advice from sloths, and a Weird Al music video for good measure.
VH1 tweeted Monday night to submit questions for singer Robin Thicke using the hashtag #AskThicke. People on Twitter took the opportunity to question his treatment of women.
What rhymes with “finger guns”?
Hint: It was the year of the twerk.
From Yeezus to “Yoncé,” this is what made this year a very odd and exciting time for pop music.
But let’s face it, so long as there are weddings, school dances, and Bar Mitzvahs, we will never escape “Blurred Lines.”
Not saying these are BETTER than the originals, but maybe some of them are?
The End Violence Against Women Coalition says that Robin Thicke and the “Blurred Lines” video are basically the worst.
Just try to keep in mind that talent borrows, and genius steals.
Here are the year’s catchiest, most addictive tunes from both pop’s biggest icons and the superstars of tomorrow.
This is confirmation that Robin Thicke was having a stroke throughout all of “Blurred Lines.” Via Dave Shumka.
Yes, it’s undeniable that “Blurred Lines” has offensive and widely triggering lyrics. But it’s not the only song of its kind on the radio — let’s take the focus off Mr. Thicke for a moment and glance at a few other hits we still love.
Project Unbreakable is an online photography project that aims to “encourage the act of healing through art.” Trigger warning for sexual assault.
Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” + the theme from “Sanford and Sons” = pure internet gold.
Whilst the fight about whether Robin Thicke is a misogynist or a liberator ticks on, these three brilliant girls from Auckland University’s Law School have presented the most astute response to Blurred Lines.
Catch up on the month’s best songs, albums, and moments with new music by Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, Drake, King Krule, Earl Sweatshirt, and more.
This year, it seems we’ve all decided it’s Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” but every summer has one — that one pop song whose catchy lyrics and summery vibe make it indelibly associated with the season.
There are exactly 18 things in the new Robin Thicke video that are just wrong. Like whoever did his makeup.
This summer will go down in history as a magical time when we all got lucky and couldn’t stop partying, cruising, or wondering what rhymes with “hug me.”
Moby said he takes issue “with middle-age guys in suits being fawned on by naked women.”
“Mayor Filner you are terriiiiiiifying.” U-T TV, the local cable television arm of the San Diego Union-Tribune, made a parody of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” music video, featuring its news hosts gyrating along with a giant cartoon-like Filner head.
The song of the summer, “Blurred Lines”, gets the parody, eh petody, treatment it so richly deserves.
He shouts it out at the 1:41 mark as he sings an adorable toy instruments version of “Blurred Lines” with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots.
These bears are good guuuuuuuuuurls. Watch the whole video here.
Everyone really is up to get lucky.
Catch up on the month’s best songs, albums, and moments with new music by Ciara, Robin Thicke, Pretty Lights, One Direction, and more.
Plus a look inside the first-ever Google Glass porn (starring James Deen!), photos of Queen Elizabeth before she was a great-grandmother, and a brief guide to the world of “Blurred Lines” YouTube parodies.