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Robin Thicke names upcoming album after estranged wife

Robin Thicke names upcoming album after estranged wife

HE WANTS HER BACK:Robin Thicke is pulling out all the stops to win back his estranged wife, Paula Patton. Photo: Associated Press

Pop star Robin Thicke has named his upcoming album after his estranged wife Paula Patton as he continues his desperate fight to woo her back.

The “Blurred Lines” hitmaker and his actress wife announced their split in February, and Thicke has been determined to mend their relationship ever since.

His latest effort comes in the form of his seventh album, which has been titled “Paula,” according to Rap-Up.com.

Thicke debuted the first single from the record, “Get Her Back,” at the Billboard Music Awards last month. The song is a heartfelt ode to Patton, his high school sweetheart and mother of his son Julian.

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