A title has been unveiled for Robin Thicke's third studio album that will follow the award-nominated "The Evolution of Robin Thicke". Literally or not, the album is going to be called "Something Else". As many as five tracks have also been known.
Thicke invited several people to have a listening session of his new materials earlier this week in Legacy Studio. A rep from SOHH.com, Danica who participated at the event wrote that Thicke offered glasses of champagne because his album is about "wine and bubbly music." Thicke, operating the board himself, previewed tracks such as "SideStep", "Magic", "Dream World", "Sweetest Love" and "Mr. Loverman".
BET's Sound Off managed to review it track by track. Thicke also shared snippets of songs that he's still working on. One he described as a "Curtis Mayfield-like" piece and another "down south, sweat drippin', grab a lemonade" track.
According to reports, Thicke plans to release the album in June with "Magic" as possible first single.