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Ron Burgundy & Robin Thicke – “Ride Like The Wind”

posted by Alberto December 10, 2013

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Ron Burgundy’s (WIll Ferrell) promo run continues for Anchorman 2 with the release of “Ride Like The Wind” featuring Robin Thicke. Burgundy’s ad-libs on the song are hilarious!! Listen to the new song up above. Anchorman 2 is in theaters on December 18th.

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Video: Robin Thicke & Iggy Azalea Perform at 2013 MTV EMA’s

posted by Alberto November 10, 2013

Robin Thicke Iggy Azalea EMARobin Thicke brought out Iggy Azalea during his performance of “Blurred Lines” at this years MTV Europe Music Awards. It is definitely an upgrade from his performance alongside Miley earlier this year. Check out his performance of “Blurred Lines” and “Feel Good” by clicking on the image above.

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Event: GQ Announces 2013 Gentlemen’s Fund Ambassadors + ‘Gentlemen Give Back’ Concert feat. Robin Thicke

posted by Oscar October 10, 2013
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Cliff Watts / GQ

GQ‘s vice president and publisher Chris Mitchell and The Gentlemen’s Fund have announced their sixth annual Gentleman’s ball with Robin Thicke, Justin Bartha, Peter Facinelli and Sam Trammell serving as the 2013 Gentlemen’s Fund Ambassadors. Thicke will also be headlining GQ‘s first-ever Gentlemen Give Back concert that same night.

Read more details after the jump.

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Video: Jimmy Fallon, Robin Thicke & The Roots Sing “Blurred Lines” (w/ Classroom Instruments)

posted by Oscar August 2, 2013

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Another memorable musical moment went down at the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon as Jimmy, Robin Thicke, and The Roots grabbed some instruments typically found in an elementary school classroom and performed Thicke’s hit song “Blurred Lines” at the Late Night “Music Room.”

Maracas, kazoos, a wood block and even a banana helped provide the catchy sounds of the tune. See it above.