I wasn’t a fan of Justin Timberlake‘s “Filthy,” or the sexually charged video he dropped starring a robot. “Supplies” is a different story, though. For the first time since 2002, JT has linked up with Pharrell to make some more magic. Look for this single to feature on Justin’s forthcoming album, Man Of The Woods. The . . .
I didn’t wake up planning to share multiple Justin Timberlake remixes today, but here we are. ROM‘s remix of “TKO” is well worth the listen. The 20 year old producer and multi-instrumentalist’s bright, melody-focused sound is a great backdrop for JT’s distinct vocals. Stream ROM’s “TKO” remix below, and check out another recently released ROM . . .
When he’s not making amazing remixes, J.Robb…who am I kidding? He’s always making amazing remixes. The Baltimore producer’s latest release, “Sofire,” is a groovy, slowed down reinterpretation of Justin Timberlake‘s 2006 single, “SexyBack.” While the original featured high octane, upbeat Timbaland production, this one has a more downtempo vibe reminiscent of a late night lounge . . .
Justin Timberlake‘s “Rock Your Body” is great just the way it is, but Monte Booker puts a fun spin on the classic single with his latest drop, “Dance With Me.” The experimentally inclined producer adds in both new instrumentation and percussion to push the 2003 release into more modern, genre-meshing territory. Stream Monte Booker’s “Rock . . .
Vic Mensa drops another impressive freestyle, this time overseas for DJ Semtex. He goes in on a number of relevant topics over Pusha T’s “Numbers On The Boards” beat, including Rudy Giuliani, Justin Timberlake, gentrification, police targeting of black people, and more. Vic is still promoting his There’s A Lot Going On project, which is . . .
Throughout the entire video for “Can’t Stop The Feeling!”, Justin Timberlake applies one common theme over everything else: dance. This is JT’s first single since 2013, and it should come as no surprise that it’s already a smash success by industry standards. The newly released visual accompaniment features JT himself some other joyous cast members . . .
Justin Timberlake has returned just in time for the summer. He is reunited with Swedish pop legend, Max Martin, for “Can’t Stop The Feeling.” It’s a feel-good track with funky pop flair that Justin Timberlake does very well on. “Can’t Stop the Feeling” is the very 1st single on the forthcoming Trolls soundtrack, which Timberlake is . . .
R.O.M drops a classic Justin Timberlake in the mix for “Yeah…” The talented, Birmingham-based producer uses his signature blend of synths, subtle percussion, and lush melodies to great effect once more. Let this track help you cool down. Stream “Yeah…” below.
Now that Michael Jackson‘s posthumous Xscape has been liberated, we see the debut of a video for “Love Never Felt So Good,” which also features Justin Timberlake. The video might spark a bit of nostalgia, as it seeks to evoke memories of Michael Jacksons many iconic moments. Watch the video below.
As the release date for Michael Jackson‘s posthumous Xscape album quickly approaches, we get more of a taste on what to expect. Last night at the IheartRadio Music Awards, Michael Jackson’s newest album single to date was world premiered through a performance by Usher. The newest single, “Love Never Felt So Good,” has a nostalgic 70’s disco feel . . .
Remixer extraordinaire Freddie Joachim dropped a smooth take on Justin Timberlake‘s “Blue Ocean Floor,” which was originally featured on the 20/20 Experience. Joachim’s remix focuses on the soothing instrumentation, creating a hypnotizing ambience that soothes listeners into a state of complete relaxation. Stream Freddie Joachim’s version of “Blue Ocean Floor” below.
Justin Timberlake has a surprise to spice up your evening, debuting the Black Friday Remix to his single, “TKO,” which features J. Cole, A$AP Rocky, and Pusha T. The original is still warming up on the Billboard Charts, but this should give it an additional push while everyone is still shopping for the holidays. Stream . . .
Justin Timberlake debuts the video for “TKO,” a single off of The 20/20 Experience (2 of 2), co-starring him alongside a woman who eventually knocks him out with a pan. She ties him to a truck, which she drives off of a cliff, resulting in the hypothetical death of the pop superstar. Watch for yourself . . .
Justin Timberlake, also known as “that guy who used to be in ‘N Sync, continues to fan the flames of anticipation for The 20/20 Experience (2 of 2), which is set to debut on September 30th. Today he debuts two Timbaland-produced tracks, “Blindness” and “Electric Lady,” two tracks available exclusively to those who purchase the . . .
With Timbaland on the boards and Justin Timberlake on vocals can you ever go wrong? Not with “TKO.” Look for The 20/20 Experience (2 0f 2) to hit the streets on September 30th. In the meantime, enjoy this funky new cut, in which JT mourns the loss of “the girl he used to know.” In . . .