Samsung calls on Robin Thicke for new ad campagin

Samsung calls on Robin Thicke for new ad campagin

The musician is part of a planned three-part video series based around Samsung’s latest devices

Thought you’ve heard the last of Robin Thicke’s song Blurred Lines? Think again. You’re likely going to hear it quite a few more times over the coming weeks.

The first part of a planned three-episode arc of ads has gone online and may be headed to a TV near you. In the firt clip we see three gals driving along, listening to Robin’s song in the car. Lo and behold, he shows up next to them and even poses for a photo. A quick jot of his information (thanks Galaxy Note 3!) and we’ve got the cliffhanger setup.

This is just the first of three-part video series of Robin’s day of using Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear. He is going to show us how a Hollywood celebrity uses the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear with style. Seize the moment and stay tuned for more.

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