Robin Thicke just released the video for his new song "Back Together" and the crooner wants to make it clear that it is not about his ex-wife Paula Patton.
After revealing that he didn't even write the jam, the 38-year-old disclosed the song's true meaning on Good Morning America:
"I just heard this idea of getting back together and getting yourself back together and, you know, what I was going through at the time I really related to that and connected with it. It’s more about the theme of getting yourself back together with love and partnership.”
Besides the very public divorce, Thicke's hard times continued when a jury ruled he and Pharrell Williams copied Marvin Gaye's "Got to Give It Up" to record their monster hit "Blurred Lines." While Gaye's family was awarded $7.4 million in damages, Thicke is appealing the decision.
Throughout the diffculties, Robin says there was one person who helped keep everything in perspective - his five-year-old son Julian.
“I spent so much time with my son and that just made me realize what’s most important," added the singer.
It's probably safe to say his 20-year-old girlfriend April Love Geary helped ease his pain too.
Check out the video for Robin and Nicki Minaj's new song "Back Together" below.