Robin Thicke Releases New Album “On Earth, and in Heaven”: Streaming
- American singer-songwriter Robin Thicke released his eighth studio album “On Earth, and in Heaven” on February 12, 2021.
It is his first LP in seven years. This marks his debut project under his new partnership between Lucky Music and Empire.
The album comprises of 11-track and was created in his difficult time. His father Alan Thicke died, and the following year, his popular manager Jordan Feldstein died at just 40. Thicke's Malibu home burned down a year later because of the Woolsey fire. And last year, music industry mentor Andre Harrell died.
Robin Thicke told ET Canada, “I kept recording kept writing got a bunch of the songs from that era, but then when my father passed away obviously I just had different things on my mind at the things I needed to get out. So I started writing some new songs during that period and then it still took a few years. And then it was last year when COVID-19 hit and then Andre Harrell my beloved mentor and creative partner, my whole career passed away. And I just kind of woke up out of the fog the creative fog that I was in personal fog that I was in and just started seeing the world a little differently.”
He continued, “The first, theree songs I created a crafted word that would love to do testify which I released a couple years ago. The song was on the album now that the new album called 'Beautiful' was the third song those three were the first three that I wrote. They're very personal and very meaningful to me. And then after I got some of those feelings off of my chest I was able to focus on. I remember Andre would remind me, don't forget to celebrate life, don't forget the celebration of life, I know you're dealing with these things, but you also have your friends, and your family and you have these beautiful new kids and April, and make sure you celebrating your life in your music also. So I wanted to make sure that there was also that positive feeling that we're not alone even though it seems like it sometimes especially right now that we're not alone, and I wanted to make music that help people tight and celebrated everything we do have in life.”
- source : SoundCloud