The writings on the wall about Robin Thicke and Paula Patton‘s separation have been bold, italicized, and printed in caps for all to see but judging from all accounts it appears that Thicke is going to stay down on his knees until he runs completely out of ink.
The R&B crooner is naming his new album ‘Paula’ as a tribute to his estranged wife.
Lead by the single “Get Her Back”, the album is produced and written by Thicke in it’s entirety. No word if tracks “Eating Ain’t Cheating” and “But Baby, We Was On Break” made the cut.
The former high school sweethearts announced earlier this year that they were calling it quits on their nine year marriage. After tying the knot in 2005, they had a son, Julian Feugo.
While Patton admitted to Vanity Fair that she would always have a “deep love” for Thicke, she hasn’t yet to respond publicly to his new ballad or his repeated “please baby please” attempts to woo her at his recent concerts.
The “Give It 2 U” singer will perform some of his new material during the BET Awards on June 29. His last album, ‘Blurred Lines’, debuted at No. 1 in 2013.