New Song: Robin Thicke, ‘Take It Easy On Me’

Listen to Robin Thicke's "Take It Easy On Me."

Robin Thicke sings about sexy time(s) in “Take It Easy On Me.”

It’s not like we didn’t already know “Blurred Lines” singer Robin Thicke was a straight ace in the sack. (Well, actually, only Robin’s IRL wifey Paula Patton knows for sure, but the guy doesn’t have buttery falsetto for nothin’, if y’all know what I mean.) And we certainly aren’t mad at hearing Robin vocally confirm his sack skills once again on his new jam, “Take It Easy On Me,” a track off his Blurred Lines disc, dropping July 30.

Listen to Robin Thicke’s “Take It Easy On Me” after the jump.

Set to a thumping synth-layered beat, courtesy of super-producer Timbaland, “Take It Easy On Me” is a jam ready for da club. As the frantic, almost chaotic beat pulses in the background, Robin’s soulful vocals take a minute to croon about his lady and her, errrrhmmm, pastry items: “When I look right through your dress, I want your cherry pie.”

Later, Robin sings about his predilection for women’s undergarments: “I’ll rip through all your fancy clothes/ I want to shop for your underwear/ I wanna do it all so close/ Baby, I can make it worth your while.” To which we boldly say, did we EVER have any doubt???

Listen to Robin Thicke’s “Take It Easy On Me.”

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