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1 July 2013, 14:44
The US star has also teased his brand new single featuring rapper Kendrick Lamar.
Robin Thicke has joked that he is thinking of changing his name after the huge success of his single 'Blurred Lines'.
The single, which features both Pharrell Williams and T.I., has been number one in the US, UK and several other countries in recent weeks.
Robin says the song's massive success has made him want to change his name to 'Blurred Lines' in honour of the track's incredible reception.
"I was thinking about changing my name to 'Blurred' Lines' at this point," Robin joked to MTV News this past weekend. "We knew it was good, you never know it's going to be that big.
"But we've very grateful about its success," he explained.
Check out a picture of Robin Thicke at the BET Awards 2013 this past weekend below (Credit: PA):
Robin is now preparing his next single 'Give It 2 U' and promises Kendrick Lamar will feature on the next release from his new album.
"The album's a lot of fun," Robin explained. "It's the most fun music I've ever made and we got a great new single coming out after with Kendrick Lamar, that I wrote with will.i.am and produced by Dr. Luke."
Robin Thicke is set to release new album 'Blurred Lines' on 29th July.