Robin Thicke supposedly wants to get his wife Paula Patton back with his new song Get Her Back. He debuted the song at the Music Billboard Awards. No the music video of Get Her Back got released. You can watch the video below. The video is shot in black and white and shows Thicke in close-up most of the time. The video shows him suffering and regretting. Will Paula Patton watch the video?
Is this whole get my wife back thing just a big PR gag? Back in March, Patton still said "I'm not taking Robin back." Paula Patton is a beautiful woman. It is well worth fighting for her, but maybe Thicke should talk to her and not communicate through a music video, in case this is actually real.
The new Get her Back video has already over 1.1 million views within less than 24 hours. Looking at the comments the whole get my wife back story is resonating and lots of comments are about the break-up and about Thicke cheating. I just don't think Thicke needs that kind of angle to sell his music. He already has had an impressive career starting at age of 16 writing and producing songs for Brandy and Brian McKinght. At the age of 21 he already had 20 gold and platinum albums made for artists like Michael Jackson, Pink and Marc Anthony.
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