Robin Thicke says being a new father has given him the greatest joy and love he's ever known, but also a bit of fear.
Thicke, whose wife Paula Patton gave birth to their first child, a son, earlier this year, said parenthood can be scary because it fills you with doubt. "(I think), what am I gonna do? Am I gonna be a good dad, am I going to be able to provide for him?" he said Wednesday.
"As a father you need to man up and try and get your life to together." Not that that should be a problem for the platinum-selling R&B crooner, who released his fourth album last year. Thicke said fatherhood will be one of the influences on his next CD, which is in the planning stages.