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Robin Thicke's label announced on Thursday that his new album, which is currently untitled, will drop on July 1.
The R&B singer's seventh album will be released through Star Trak/Interscope Records and will unsurprisingly feature "Get Her Back" as the lead single, reports Billboard.
Little else was revealed about the "Blurred Lines" singer's next album as no track list or artwork was shown off.
The upcoming album also will drop just shy of a year after Blurred Lines, which was released in 2013, just 12 days shy, in fact.
The lead single "Get Her Back," which Thicke sang at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday and on NBC's The Voice two days later, is believed to be about his estranged wife, Paula Patton.
The couple publicly split up in February and Thicke hasn't exactly been quiet about his desire to win her back. The lyrics of his latest single note, "I should've kissed you longer / I should've held you stronger / And I'll wait for forever for you."