There's no slowing Robin Thicke down. With his T.I. and Pharrell-assisted 'Blurred Lines' holding onto the top spot on the 'Billboard Hot 100' chart, the crooner debuts another strong cut off his forthcoming album, 'Blurred Lines,' out July 30 via Star Trak/Interscope.

With its pulsating rhythm and synth-driven climaxes, 'Take It Easy On Me' is a sure favorite for the clubs this summer. Even following the controversy over supposedly rape-suggestive lyrics on his 'Blurred Lines' hit, Mr. Thicke keeps it overly sexual on this new track: "I’ll rip through all your fancy clothes/ I want to shop for your underwear."

'Take It Easy On Me' is produced by Timbaland who, between this, Justin Timberlake's 'The 20/20 Experience' and Jay-Z's 'Magna Carta Holy Grail,' might just be enjoying the best year of any producer.

[Via GQ]