Robin Thicke reflects on Paula Patton split, abusing painkillers: ‘I was in a bad place’
Robin Thicke is getting candid about his past struggles.
In an interview with People magazine, Thicke opened up about his latest album, “On Earth, and in Heaven,” and how the album was born out of his love for his children and the people around him.
“In some ways, I’ve never been happier,” the singer, 43, told the outlet. “In many ways, I don’t think I’ve ever been this happy. This album is a testament to all the love in my life and the people who have gotten me here.”
Thicke’s latest album arrives at a time of great poignancy for the singer, who is coming off a decade of personal and public struggles — including a split from ex-wife Paula Patton, painkiller abuse and the deaths of father Alan Thicke, manager Jordan Feldstein and mentor Andre Harrell.