English singer Robbie Williams has been one of the biggest names in British pop music for years now and he has admitted that he wants to seal his legacy. Robbie became famous as one of the members of Take That before deciding to leave the band and go solo.
Since then, he has had a hugely successful solo career and even reunited with Take That for a short while. Robbie is now back again and releasing a new album, which he claims is the beginning of his attempts to cement himself in pop history.
Williams explained, “I think it's legacy time for me, because I'm venturing into getting my handicap down at golf and all that business. I'm nearly 40, that's what I'm trying to say. I don't know how many times around I'll get given this opportunity and I want to go - and the albums called 'Take the Crown' and I want to go and seal my place in pop history.”
Robbie Williams was recently criticised by Radio One breakfast show DJ Nick Grimshaw, who claimed he would not be playing anymore Robbie Williams records, as he was no longer relevant. However, the fans seem to disagree and Robbie has continued to sell records and top the charts.
Robbie Williams will embark on a 15 date European stadium tour, which is set to begin on June 19, 2013 in Manchester.