Robin Thicke Treats Us To 'The Good Life'

It seems that this week must be Robin Thicke week here at SoulBounce. Hey, it's not our fault that the blue-eyed soul singer is dropping material left and right in the lead up to the July 30th release of Blurred Lines. And we don't mind it at all. The latest leak from the set is the retro-leaning "The Good Life." Changing it up from what we've heard previously with tracks like "Blurred Lines" and "Take It Easy On Me," the Projay-produced track is a straightforward, piano- and guitar-driven ballad about being rich in love despite not having the trappings of fame and fortune. It's a nice contrast to the lothario image that many of the tracks lifted from Blurred Lines have offered. Don't get me wrong, while I like what Robin can do with an uptempo track, where he has always shined brightest are his heart-on-his-sleeve ballads, this being no exception.


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