Robin Thicke is having a bad few weeks at the moment, following up the disastrous #AskThicke Twitter PR campaign with disappointing sales for his latest album Paula.

According to the latest figures, Robin Thicke’s seventh album only managed to make 200th in the top selling album list for last week, selling a measly 530 copies in total in the UK. This figure compares to 25,981 sales of his previous album Blurred Lines in its first week, according to MusicWeek.

Thicke’s failure to convert the popularity of his hit single Blurred Lines into sales for his new album is not only happening in the UK either, with the record only estimated to sell 25,000 copies in the US, according to Billboard.


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