Thus far in the lead-up to his sixth full-length, Robin Thicke‘s liberated a whopping five songs off the project. You’d think that (and a #1 single) would be enough to persuade fans that it’s worth a purchase, but hey, you never know; the other eight tracks could be sneakily-retitled Vanilla Ice covers, or sh*t the singer improvised in the shower. As further assurance that neither of those possibilities are the case, Thicke’s unleashed Ain’t No Hat 4 That, an upbeat ode to women with expensive tastes. Over his and Projay‘s bubbly, disco-infused co-production, the singer laments his inability to buy a certain shawty’s love. Has this catchy selection finally sold you on Blurred Lines? Then click here to pre-order the album in anticipation of its release on Tuesday, July 30.