Robin Thicke goes for a Rastafari-esque vibe on the cover of his seventh studio album, 'Paula.' Besides giving a first look at the artwork for the project, the singer also drops the tracklist for the effort, which is inspired by his estranged wife Paula Patton.

Thicke is covered in hues of red, gold and green, the signature colors of the Rastafari movement. We know the crooner isn't a practicing member of the ideology but it's hard to deny that's what comes to mind once you take a look at the 'Paula' album cover.

The 14-track offering features the lead single 'Get Her Back.' Several of the other tracks hint at possible messages towards Paula like 'Still Madly Crazy' and 'Love Can Grow Back.' The LP seems to be all Robin, without any features or guests.

Patton and Thicke split in February after eight years of marriage. Despite rumors of reconciliation, the singer and actress remain apart. "I’m trying to get my girl back,” he said during a concert in late February. “She told me the truth. You should tell them that you’re trying to get me back. She’s a good woman. It’s hard to say in front of everybody.”

'Paula' arrives July 1.

Robin Thicke's 'Paula' Tracklist

1. 'You’re My Fantasy'
2. 'Get Her Back'
3. 'Still Madly Crazy'
4. 'Lock the Door'
5. 'Whatever I Want'
6. 'Living in New York City'
7. 'Love Can Grow Back'
8. 'Black Tar Cloud'
9. 'Too Little Too Late'
10. 'Tippy Toes'
11. 'Something Bad'
12. 'The Opposite of Me'
13. 'Time of Your Life'
14. 'Forever Love'