Robin Thicke Reunites With Lil Wayne For 'Pretty Lil' Heart'
Soulful crooner Robin Thicke is back with familiar friend Lil Wayne for his newest single, " Pretty Lil' Heart." Weezy opens Thicke's second single from upcoming fifth album, "Love After War" (Dec. 6), with a spacey romantic rap over a mid-tempo piano beat. Soon after, Thicke comes in and reassures in the chorus, "Baby you got me/ Don't worry your pretty lil' heart."
This is far from the first time Wayne and Robin Thicke have collaborated. Wayne was featured on "Shooters," off "The Evolution of Robin Thicke" (2006) and Thicke appeared "Tie My Hands," off "Tha Carter III" (2008). Thicke debuted the title track from his upcoming album earlier in September.
In an interview with Rap-Up, Thicke described the recording process as "coming great." "I think you get to that point where you hate it and then you love it. It's like any important relationship in your life," Thicke said. "Just myself, written and produced, like the first few albums."