Robin Thicke has made it loud and clear that he wants his wife Paula Patton back. But with the July 1st release of his seventh studio album ‘Paula,’ it turns out that his music and videos aren’t really resonating with fans.
‘Paula’ only sold a mere 25,000 copies during its first week, an 86 per cent decrease from his sixth studio album, “Blurred Lines,” which debuted at number #1 on the Billboard 200 and sold 177,000 copies in the U.S. during the first week.
Even more embarrassing though, is the album’s progress in the United Kingdom. According to The Guardian, Thicke’s ‘Paula’ only sold 530 copies during its first week. However, the album still landed at the 200 spot on the Official U.K. Chart.
This is pretty embarrassing, but we kind of expected something like this to happen. Putting your wife on blast like that isn’t very classy. And quite frankly, the world is getting a bit tired of seeing Thicke’s personal problems aired out in the public eye.