Robin Thicke’s new single “That’s What Love Can Do” breaks into the top 10 

May 29, 2019
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Diamond selling, 5x Grammy-nominated recording artist, producer, songwriter and global entertainer, Robin Thicke’s new single, “That’s What Love Can Do,” breaks into the top 10 sitting at #8 on the Urban Adult Radio Charts – a telling sign that Thicke is sure to heat up the airwaves this year with the release of new music. “That’s What Love Can Do,” a light, slow-tempo melodic ode to the power of love was released on March 8th and was produced by Robin and Pro Jay. “That’s What Love Can Do” act as the set up for Robin’s forthcoming album via Thicke Music/Empire. This marks Robin’s 12th Top 10 single on the urban adult radio charts, following behind smash entries such as “Lost Without You,” “Blurred Lines,” “Sex Therapy,” “Magic” and more.

Stream “THAT’S WHAT LOVE CAN DO” below.

 
Robin has also taken his talents to television starring as a guest panelist on the new FOX show “The Masked Singer,” which has become a ratings hit, has been picked up for two new seasons. Season 2 of the action packed show will air this fall on FOX, while Season 3 has been announced to air directly after the 54th Annual Super Bowl on Sunday, February 2nd 2020.

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