Justin Timberlake's "Suit & Tie" was the year's best lead single from a handsome, blue-eyed R&B singer--until "Blurred Lines" entered the conversation. Robin Thicke's latest offering has already drawn online attention for its not-safe-for-work music video, which features enough female nudity to get banned from YouTube. Still, there's ample artistic merit in this bubbly bit of disco-shuffling R&B to stir up some much-deserved anticipation for Thicke's sixth studio effort.

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