Robin Thicke's fourth studio album will be titled "Sex Therapy". The follow-up to his last year's release "Something Else" is going to be made available for purchase across United States on December 8, according to Rap-Up.
The album shares the same title with one of its new songs which has been leaked since last week. The single is produced by Polow da Don and will go on digital sale next week on October 20. In the meantime, fans can stream the track on his official website.
Aside from having Polow da Don on his team, Robin Thicke has also appointed Surf Krew. "I've done three records with them that are a new rock, hip-hop, soul sound. I'm just really stretching the ceiling a little bit with an open mind, and the results have been wonderful," he said.
On the direction he will take in the album, Robin told Billboard, "I always wanted to be like Prince and write and produce myself. This time I'm not trying to take all the credit ... and work with a lot of the best producers in the business. So my sound is going to be a lot different than anything I've ever done before. The sound I'm getting is brand new for me. It's great."