Robin Thicke New Album Release Date 2013: 'Blurred Lines' to Hit Shelves in July, WATCH Singer Perform, Do Parody with Jimmy Kimmel [VIDEO]

By Carolyn Menyes ( | Jun 14, 2013 12:32 PM EDT
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Fans of Robin Thicke's sexy hit single "Blurred Lines" don't have to wait long to hear more music. According to Billboard, today (June 14), the smooth R&B singer-songwriter announced his sixth album, Blurred Lines, will be released on July 30.

The announcement of Blurred Lines' release date comes during a good week for the singer. His saucy song (and the title track for the new album) "Blurred Lines" hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on Wednesday. It was the first No. 1 for Thicke, whose biggest hit until now was 2007's "Lost Without You."

The full track listing for the album was also released today. In addition to the title track, which features T.I. and Pharrell, rap up-and-comer Kendrick Lamar will also guest on the album.

Take a peek at the songs set to appear on Blurred Lines below:

1. "Blurred Lines," featuring T.I. and Pharrell
2. "Take It Easy On Me"
3. "Ooo La La"
4. "Ain't No Hat 4 That"
5. "Get In My Way"
6. "Give It 2 U," featuring Kendrick Lamar
7. "Feel Good"
8. "Go Stupid 4 U"
9. "4 The Rest Of My Life"
10. "Top Of The World"
11. "The Good Life"

On the date before the announcement, Robin Thicke made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The artist didn't take himself too seriously, as he parodied his sexy, newly infamous video.

Kimmel and his crew made an appearance in the clip and attempt to move into the frame with Thicke and the scantily clad women. Understandably, Thicke, Pharrell and the dancers try their hardest to avoid the funnymen.

Watch the hilarious parody below:

At the end of the show, of course, Robin Thicke and Pharrell performed the big hit live without any interruptions from the late night host. Check that clip out, too:

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