Robin Thicke’s new CD is called “Sex Therapy,” but the sensual singer says guys have to think beyond the bedroom if they want to keep a woman happy.
Thicke’s prescription for a satisfied woman includes the occasional foot rub, a dinner date, shopping sprees and listening sessions. But sex does play a part as well — hence the title of the album.
“Some women can buy their own shoes, some women don’t want to go to lunch, some women like to cook, but they all need sex therapy,” he said with a laugh in a recent interview. “It’s the one thing every woman’s going to need sooner or later. Except a nun. So this album is not for nuns.”
The Grammy-winning songwriter talked about his loving his wife, actress Paula Patton, his upcoming film and getting raunchy on his fourth studio release, which features guests like Snoop Dogg and Jay-Z.