Robin Thicke Talks 'blurred Lines' Video
Robin Thicke has been speaking to the press about his single ‘Blurred Lines’ featuring Pharrell Williams and T.I, saying that ‘fame won’t make him crazy’, as he was 30-years old before most people on an international scale knew who he was. Speaking to The Sun, Robin says of his latest hit: “I really loved this song and thought it was special and that it would be the big crossover single, but I didn’t know it would be this big…”
He added that although the video was attention grabbing due it’s heavy feature of scantily clad women, his wife doesn’t mind: “I’m sure she got jealous for a minute, but as my best friend and creative partner, she came up with a lot of ideas for the video herself. She would always rather celebrate my success because she knows she can go shopping afterwards.”
The singer also spoke about staying grounded, explaining: “Failure will keep you grounded. I couldn’t possibly become a w***** now because I think that happens earlier. I have this theory that whatever age you are when you reach the pinnacle of your success it’s very hard to mature past that.
“If you’re 16 years old at that time, then you’re kind of 16 forever because everything that happens afterwards isn’t real, it’s not normal. So for me, when I had my No.1 song, I was 30 years old. So by then, you’ve already seen a lot, made a lot of mistakes and been humbled completely.”