It looks like Justin is finally ready to reveal his latest project that he’s been working on since 2 years. According to justjared.com, Justin filed a new music video with actress Eiza González who just starred in summer’s box office hit Baby Driver, check out the pictures below from the videoshot and stay tuned for more information!
It’s been fifteen years since Justin Timberlake released his debut album ‘Justified’ which pretty much changed my life. I remember like it’s been yesterday, when the ‘Like I Love You’ video premiered on TRL and that beatswitch at the end with Pharrell and JT breakdancing that was the moment I knew The Neptunes will be my passion and thinking of that video just made me realize that Justin and Pharrell were pretty much my role models the whole time.
The good old Neptunes days, everything they’ve touched turned to gold, and they made even Boyband’s sound awesome (Backstreet Boys included). That was the time when I couldn’t really admit that I have been listening to Justin Timberlake from *NSYNC and not get any bad comments about it, but I didn’t care much. Back in the day as yall know, we had our mIRC chat room where we were sharing our Neptunes Sound with each other and IRC was also the place for various Scene Group Rips such as ‘RNS’ and ‘RNS’ was like the top knotch of all release Groups releasing only quality material.
We’ve just heard the first time ‘Like I Love You’ live at the MTV Awards back in August 29 2002 and luckily we had one of the members from the ‘RNS’ group in the chatroom (who is also a big Neptunes Fan) in which he leaked the single for us. Two weeks later the whole album leaked with 7 Neptunes Tracks on the album. You can ask any Neptune Fan what does ‘Justified’ mean to him and how important that album is for The Neptunes, he would tell you stories, it changed both of their careers for the best. Later that month Pharrell also releaved that all of the songs were written and inspired for Michael Jacksons’s album Invincible which MJ’s management declined all tunes, and I’m pretty glad they did.
The album earned Justin Four Grammy Award nominations, including Album Of The Year, and Won the award for Best Pop Vocal Album. Justified debuted at Number Two on the US Billboard 200 chart and sold 439,000 copies in its first week. It was certified three-times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) denoting shipments of three million copies in the US. As of 2012, the album has sold over ten million copies worldwide. Four singles were released from Justified. The album’s lead single, ‘Like I Love You’, peaked at number #11 on the US Billboard Hot 100, while two follow-up singles “Cry Me A River“, and “Rock Your Body” peaked within the top-five on the chart.
Justin Timberlake – Justified (Japan) (2002)
01 – Señorita feat. Pharrell (The Neptunes)
02 – Like I Love You feat. Clipse (The Neptunes)
03 – (Oh No) What You Got (Timbaland)
04 – Take It From Here (The Neptunes)
05 – Cry Me A River feat. Timbaland (Timbaland, Scott Storch)
06 – Rock Your Body feat. Vanessa Marquez (The Neptunes)
07 – Nothin’ Else (The Neptunes)
08 – Last Night feat. Pharrell (The Neptunes)
09 – Still On My Brain (The Underdogs)
10 – (And She Said) Take Me Now feat. Janet Jackson (Timbaland, Scott Storch)
11 – Right For Me feat. Bubba Sparxxx (Timbaland)
12 – Let’s Take A Ride (The Neptunes)
13 – Never Again (Brian McKnight)
14 – Worthy Of (Carvin & Ivan) (Bonus)
15 – You’re My Light (Why, When, How) (Bonus)
16 – I’m Lovin’ It feat. Vanessa Marquez (The Neptunes) (Bonus)
Justin Timberlake – Like I Love You (October 14, 2002)
Justin Timberlake – Cry Me A River (November 25, 2002)
Justin Timberlake – Rock Your Body (April 8, 2003)
Justin Timberlake – Señorita (July 8, 2003)
Justin Timberlake – The Making Of Justified (2002)
It looks like we’re getting a Justified 2.0 after all. It’s been nearly four years since Justin Timberlake shut down the Pop/R&B game and went back-to-back with The 20/20 Experience and The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2. And while he’s worked on a handful of projects since—namely the Trolls soundtrack, which featured his chart-topping single “Can’t Stop The Feeling“—we’ve yet to hear what the 36-year-old star has in store for his proper follow-up.
We’ll still have to wait on the music, but a recent Instagram post from Timberlake suggests he’s hard at work on the project. Even more promising, the IG post featured Pharrell and Timbaland, two legendary producers who have played a major role in the sound and success of JT’s solo career. What’s more, Danja, who works closely with Timbaland, said he and Timbo along with The Neptunes (Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo) were working on a project together. Stay tuned for more info.
Little Big Town went into the studio to record their seventh country album The Breaker with newfound freedom thanks to a 2016 collaboration with Pharrell Williams and Justin Timberlake on a unique project titled Wanderlust. The eight-track release showed a sultry new side to the country quartet with beat-driven tracks and striking vocals. It was during this new adventure that Little Big Town ran into Timberlake, and the band recently told Taste of Country that the chance meeting wasn’t planned.
“We were in the studio working with Pharrell in Los Angeles,” Phillip Sweet recalls of their Timberlake studio encounter. “We went through the little kitchen and there sits Justin having his coffee.” While Little Big Town had previously met Timberlake, Karen Fairchild jokes that they reintroduced themselves as Chris Stapleton’s friends. The band and Timberlake began talking about their project and invited him to listen to the new music.
Justin has been Interviewed by hollywoodreporter.com where he talked about his new album. At this juncture of his career, Timberlake still is more pop star than movie star. He doesn’t have his next film lined up after the Allen project — which wrapped in November — but he sure knows what his next album will be (even if it doesn’t yet have a release date).
He’s been working on it for months, collaborating with The Neptunes, Timbaland and Max Martin (who helped write “Can’t Stop The Feeling!” and two of the other four original songs Timberlake penned for the soundtrack, which Timberlake also executive produced). In fact, just the other night, he was holed up in the studio, “caught up in a creative tornado,” until three in the morning. “It sounds more like where I’ve come from than any other music I’ve ever made,” he describes what he’s been working on. “It’s Memphis. It’s Southern American music. But I want to make it sound modern — at least that’s the idea right now.” Thanks to thepestilence.
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