Although Paula Patton hasn't budged from her decision to separate from husband Robin Thicke, the singer has remained persistent in his attempts to win her back. His latest move is naming his next album after her.

Thicke will name his seventh album 'Paula,' according to Rap-Up. The crooner has already debuted the project's first single, 'Get Her Back,' during his 2014 Billboard Awards performance. Thicke hasn't said much about what type of songs the rest of the project will hold, but if the single and the LP title are any indicators, expect a lot of tracks inspired by his quest to reunite with his lady love.

'Paula' will follow-up last year's 'Blurred Lines,' which contains the famous title track, which isn't all that supportive of monogamy.

The entertainer has been public in his attempts to fix his relationship with Patton since the two announced their separation in February. He's dedicated his concert performances of 'Lost Without U' to Patton and even canceled a concert to plead his case to his wife as she was shooting a movie in Vancouver.

Thicke and Patton were high school sweethearts before tying the knot in 2005. Patton gave birth to their son Julian in 2010. Although their marriage is in turmoil, Patton did speak on their relationship in her vague comment about the couple's status.

“We’ve known each other since we were teenagers,” she said. “All I can tell you is there’s a deep love there. Always was, and always will be.”

'Paula' will hit retail on July 1. Thicke will perform some new material from the album at the BET Awards on June 29.