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26 September 2013, 15:20
The 'Blurred Lines' star says he now tries to make music to "make people happy".
Robin Thicke says he "couldn't be more excited" about breaking through globally this year after the success of his huge hit 'Blurred Lines'.
The US star released self-titled album 'Robin Thicke' over the summer, his sixth album to date, and says it feels like a "beginning" to be having so much success around the world.
"It couldn't be more exciting," Robin revealed to the Daily Star this week. "After two decades of work it's great to finally have this level of success.
"I'm certainly not an overnight success," the singer explained. "This year feels like the beginning for me, because I've made a certain type of music my whole career.
"But this time I made fun music rather than music for myself, it's music to make people happy," he added. "I'm living proof your dreams can come true, but it might just take a little longer than you first hoped."
Check out a picture of Robin Thicke during his iTunes Festival 2013 set below (Credit: iTunes):
Earlier this week Robin brought his music to the UK when he performed live at iTunes Festival 2013 to perform all of his hits.
Robin Thicke is also believed to have filmed a music video in the UK this week for his duet with Jessie J on heavily rumoured song 'Calling All Hearts'.