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Blue-eyed soul singer Robin Thicke is well known for many things: wooing the women with his sultry songs and beautiful falsetto, putting on an incredible live show, and most importantly, adoring his high school sweetheart and wife of six years, A-list actress Paula Patton. When you have that relationship and that means the most to you -- you know I can’t live without that woman, she is my muse, my best friend, and my creative partner. THICKE: I can’t wait to get you home and love you up for two to three hours. You can’t understand it until you are with somebody every day and you have a child that you know is Black, you then understand that, wow, what a different experience Black people and in particular Black women have to go through.

His latest album, his fifth, is titled “Love and War,” and on it he explores the aftermath of love and the beauty of making up with your partner. I didn’t have a great relationship with my mom and she didn’t have a great relationship with her dad and we became that for each other. I like to try to get her into double-digit orgasms as much as possible. I have a song on my new album called, “I Don’t Know How It Feels to Be You,” and she and I were in the middle of an argument and she said, “Robin, no matter how hard you try, or how compassionate you are, you’ll never know what it’s like to be a Black woman.” So I got up and I wrote this song in five minutes. You know how much I love you.”ESSENCE: Do you ever feel misunderstood? There are so many good Black men out there that are hardworking, decent, and handsome, you know? (Laughs) Good luck finding a good White man who understands your journey. I’ve got 20 Black male friends, who are all good men who take good care of their wives, and good care of their children. Maybe the women have to take better care of their men.

After Trump's August 2015 meeting with White and other religious leaders, Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, described the meeting as outreach to heretics."The people that Trump has so far identified as his evangelical outreach are mostly prosperity gospel types, which are considered by mainstream evangelicals to be heretics," he told Politico at the time.

White responds to many of these criticisms in this interview.

White, senior pastor at New Destiny Christian Center in Apopka, Florida, was one of Trump's early supporters.

In September 2015, she was one of about 40 religious leaders who met with Trump for a private prayer service at Trump Tower in New York.

Paula recently posed semi nude for GQ Magazine where she discussed the physical strains regarding her new role.

But when Essence asked Thicke about what he considered his wife’s sexiest quality, he surprisingly responded; “It’s her intelligence and her strength.He credits Paula as his muse, so we caught up with the crooner to find out how their marriage shaped the new album, what works for them, and how they keep things so steamy between them. )ESSENCE.com: Being that your music defines romance, how does it feel to know that people are getting married and making babies to your music all the time? It’s nice if you can make someone drop it like it’s hot, or pop a bottle. What I realize about the difference between me and my peers -- you know, Chris Brown and Drizzy Drake and all my musical peers -- is that they haven’t been with the same woman for 18 years and I’ve been with a Black woman for 18 years. It doesn’t happen all the time, but when I’ve got my mojo and my swag, it happens. The lyrics are: “I don’t know how it feels to be you, though I try my best to understand what you’re going through, I don’t know how it feels to be you. THICKE: A lot of mainstream magazines, like SPIN and Rolling Stone, they still don’t get me. I just love the music and I love my wife and she is a strong Black woman, so if my wife doesn’t like it, how can the other Black women like it? ESSENCE: The media often tells Black women that they’re better off dating White guys. To start that rumor is as bad as starting any other negative rumor. ROBIN THICKE: To be a part of your biggest days -- you know your child being conceived or born, or you walking down the aisle -- there’s really nothing sweeter. They can’t figure out how a funny guy with a dad on a sitcom can have a 90 percent Black female audience. Here is the full, lightly edited, transcript of that email interview: CP: Do you know Mr. White: For nearly fifteen years, I've had countless conversations with Donald Trump about the Bible.In fact, I met him because he watches Christian television and he was moved by one of my sermons: The Value of Vision.And, at a Liberty University speech, he referred to 2 Corinthians as "two Corinthians" and then blamed Tony Perkins for giving him the scripture and writing it as "2 Corinthians."Trump also has taken positions considered anathema by his Christian critics.

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