Robin Thicke

Robin Thicke is an American singer-songwriter and producer. He rose to fame in 2006 after the release of the hit single "Lost Without U" from his second album, The Evolution of Robin Thicke. Thicke is also known for songs such as "Wanna Love You Girl," "Magic," "Sex Therapy," "For the Rest of My Life," "Love After War" and "Blurred Lines." In 2014, he received three Grammy nominations for "Blurred Lines," including best pop vocal album, best pop duo/group performance and record of the year. Thicke has also been a judge on the reality singing competition series The Masked Singer since 2019.
The Masked Singer
'The Masked Singer' Names a Season 7 Winner — Find Out Who Took Home the Golden Mask Trophy
THE MASKED SINGER
'The Masked Singer' Picks the Last Season 7 Finalist Who Will Compete for the Golden Mask Trophy
THE MASKED SINGER
'The Masked Singer' Eliminates Fan Favorite Character in the Race for the Last Spot in the Finale