“Blurred Lines” by Robin Thicke (deluxe edition) combines the elements of R&B music with dance beats in a cunning manner. Thicke’s previous music offering “Love After War” showcased the theme of romance in a vulnerable and serious way. In contrast, “Blurred Lines” explores love and relationships in a playful, light-hearted style. “Blurred Lines”, “Give It 2 U” (feat. Kendrick Lamar), “Feel Good”, “Get In My Way”, and “Put Your Lovin On Me” are some of the multiple pleasing songs that symbolize living a favorable existence in life. I enjoyed the club inspired hits in “Blurred Lines”, but also enjoy the moments where he pours his romantic side out such as in “The Rest Of My Life.” I read somewhere online that Paula Patton encouraged his creative expression for the music video in “Blurred Lines.” Obviously, she is helping him feel safe to artistically express himself. May they have many more close, loving, and inspired years together. “Blurred Lines” by Robin Thicke is great for those who have enjoyed any of his previous works and/or like music mashups of eurodance with R&B.