Robin Thicke marks several career milestones, thanks to his latest hit "Blurred Lines."
The song, featuring Pharrell and T.I. , has just jumped to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 , marking his first-ever #1 on that legendary chart. In addition, the song becomes the singer's first ever to hit one million downloads.
While this is Robin's first Hot 100 #1, it's T.I.'s fourth, and the rapper's first since his collabo with Rihanna , "Live Your Life." It's Pharrell's third as an artist: his last one was "Money Maker," his 2006 team-up with Ludacris .
Interestingly, Robin's not the only one in the Thicke family to score a big 10 pop hit. His mom, actress Gloria Loring , hit #2 in 1986 with the song "Friends & Lovers," a duet with Carl Anderson .
"Blurred Lines," whose success partly may be due to a Vevo-only video that stars gorgeous topless models, is the title track from Robin's new album, due next month.
Elsewhere on the chart, Miley Cyrus ' controversial new single "We Can't Stop" debuts at #11 on the Hot 100. The song sold 214,00 downloads in its first week, marking Miley's best sales week since 2009, when "Party in the U.S.A." was huge.
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