Robin Thicke released the latest single off of his upcoming "Blurred Lines" album on Monday. Called "Go Stupid 4 U," the song follows Thicke's major hit "Blurred Lines," as well as recent tracks such as "Take It Easy On Me" and "Give It 2 U."
The catchy single has Thicke, as always, waxing philosophical about a beautiful woman, before he goes stupid in the chorus.
The 35-year-old R&B singer has taken to causing controversy with his upcoming album. The uncensored music video to the the title track of "Blurred Lines" was banned by YouTube because of the clip's excessive nudity. The song's lyrics also caused one critic to call the track "rapey" for its overtly sexual lyrics.
"Blurred Lines," Thicke's sixth studio album, hits stores on July 30.