While appearing on Wednesday, the "Blurred Lines" singer talked to Robin Roberts about his new song, "Back Together," and life without his wife.With a title like that, however, she had to ask the question: Is this song about Patton?

After securing a recording contract with the Interscope records and aftermath, he released in label debut album good kid, m, A, A,d city which earned him universal acclaim. He collaborated with Taylor Swift to sing Bad Blood which reached the number one spot on Billboard Hot 100.

He is also the member of supergroup Black Hippy and has also worked with several high class musicians.

As a child, he attended the Centennial High School and was reportedly a great student who obtained straight A’s.

His interest in the field of music started from a very early age and he started his career under the moniker K-Dot.

The song is available right now through i Tunes and Apple Music.

Lest the Kendrick scavenger hunt die down, though, the track ends with another hint of more music on the way.The second single, "The Promise of a New Day", reached number one on Hot 100, becoming her last number-one and making her one of the few female artists to have the most number-one singles on the chart. In 1995 Abdul released her most recent album, Head over Heels, that produced only one hit single "My Love Is for Real".The album also produced top-ten single "Blowing Kisses in the Wind" and moderate hits "Vibeology" and "Will You Marry Me? Otherwise, the album was unsuccessful and terminated Abdul's recording career for a few years."Actually I didn't write this song so I can't take credit for the meaning," he said."I just heard this idea of getting back together and getting yourself back together, and what I was going through at the time I really really related to that and connected to it."Although he has gotten himself back together—he's even dating someone new—Thicke said that his new single, which also features Nicki Minaj, is more about learning to trust other people again.Per Pitchfork, Lamar ends the song by rapping, “Y’all got ’til April 7 to get y’all shit together,” suggesting that might be the date for his next full-length release.