- Fri Jan 1, 2016, 7:44 AM GMT
A number of high-profile artists constantly made headlines this year for beefing with each other, engaging in legal battles as well as breaking a bunch of records.READ MORE
Born in Los Angeles on March 10, 1977 to actress Gloria Loring and entertainer Alan Thicke, Robin Thicke showed an interest in music since his early age and began playing piano at the age of twelve as an outlet to express himself.
By the age of fourteen, he could play any music that he heard on the radio. Three years later, Thicke signed a deal with Interscope Records and with no formal training, he began professionally writing and producing music for recording artists like Brandy, Brian McKnight, Usher, Mary J. Blige, Michael Jackson, and Christina Aguilera.
Thicke admitted in the excerpts that he was drunk and high on drugs when giving interviews back in 2013 and would say anything to sell his records.READ MORE
The 'We Are Your Friends' actress is sick and tired of talking about the music video in which she appeared topless.READ MORE
The R'n'B crooner throws a pool party in his mansion, hangs out with some bikini-clad girls and gets rejected by the Young Money raptress in the clip.READ MORE
During his visit to the morning show on Wednesday, August 12, the R'n'B star also talked about how he dealt with his divorce from Paula Patton.READ MORE
This is the R'n'B singer and the Young Money raptress' second song together, following 'Shakin' It for Daddy' off his 2009 record 'Sex Therapy'.READ MORE