Any new images added to the gallery, will be autoatically added here first!
Catch Justin in this Fall's "Runner Runner" and "Inside Llewyn Davis"
CNN had a special on last night of Justin, I’m not sure how recent the video is, seems farely new however im more than sure I’ve seen it before. could be wrong, but just in case I uploaded it.
The Justin Timberlake Experience
Everytime you hear that Justin is going to be on ellen you already know what time it is!
Justin celebrated the release of his latest release 2 of 2 today on the ellen show, Ellen is one of justin’s close friends as well as a fan.
Ellen show 9/30 “TKO” performance
Ellen 9/30 “what goes around” performance
The video for the interview is available on the official website as well as on demand of users, so I only uploaded the performances so I don’t get into any problems lol.
As it is, Justin Timberlake will give fans as much music this year as he’s released in his entire solo career. He’s dropped the year’s best-selling album to date, The 20/20 Experience, and is prepping its sequel, The 20/20 Experience — 2 of 2 for September 30.
But in an interview with MTV News’ Sway Calloway at Sunday night’s 2013 MTV Video Music Awards, just before he broke the Internet by reuniting with ‘NSYNC, Timberlake revealed that he originally planned to serve up four times that much product.
“Here’s the thing that you have to understand about all of it, is it was all written at the same time,” Timberlake said of the two albums he recorded last year. “How it’s being released … we kinda thought this was a cool way to do it. I went through a bunch of different ideas on how to release it. One being four EP’s of five songs.”
Plans obviously changed, but JT said the process of building enough songs for those releases came during one of the most fruitful creative periods of his career. “We sat down together, [Timbaland], myself, and crew … a bunch of other producers,” he said. “I just kind of assembled this great group of people and … we put together more than 20 songs. We had 25 to 30 songs in 20 days. So we were just sprinting and sprinting and sprinting and then trying to figure out a way to put it out.”
They finally agreed to do a double album, staggering the releases over the course of the year. But in Justin’s mind, it’s all one project, with the challenge being how to split the tunes up in the most logical sense.
“I had to figure out how to do a song, like a track list for two halves, versus just one big experience. Honestly, I just kind of thought of it like fashion,” said the singer and co-founder of William Rast fashion line. “If there’s a March release, then this is going to be my Spring/Summer collection. These are going to be all the songs that I feel like I’d want to hear in the summertime. And then the second half is a little bit darker.”
Though little is known about the second album beyond the disco-fied first single, “Take Back the Night,” Timberlake said if you liked his smash 2006 FutureSex/LoveSounds release then you’ll probably like this one. “It’s like when you’re a freshman in high school and you think you’ve fallen in love with that other girl in your class and you go over to meet her parents ’cause you want to impress her parents, um, that’s the first album,” he explained.
“But then when you get over there, you realize she has a sister that’s a senior and she’s like the dark haired one that you can tell is a little bit like more experienced and … darker. Like there’s something a little bit like more dangerous about that chick. And then you’re like, ‘Wait, what have I been looking at?’ That’s the second half.”
we wouldnt have minded a four album set now wouldd we? – jess
The last time I wrote you an open letter, it was in January and I promised that it would be a “Big 2013.” Since then, from The Grammys to the release of the first part of The 20/20 Experience to the crowd’s response at the VMAs, it’s been a wild ride. I hope you’ve enjoyed it as much as I have.
This letter is to tell you that we’re not done…Not even close.
On Sept 30th, the second half of The 20/20 Experience, “The 20/20 Experience 2 of 2,” comes out. Since all these songs were written together over a year ago, it’s been so hard to wait this long to release them. I can’t wait for all of you to hear The 20/20 Experience in full.
So… below is a short clip of the recording of the experience so you can get a feel of what those 20 days were like. It was like no other time I’ve ever had in the studio.
Catch your breath, TN Kids. We’ve still got the 3rd and 4th quarter to go. This is too much fun.
I love the way Justin promotes stuff. He always has a clever way of doing so.
what are yourr thoughtss? I personally love it, and i can not wait to hear the rest of this experience.
I hate posting tons of videos because it drags down the site’s speed…… but you guys want them, so I guess I haave to lol
Having already dominated the Grammy Awards, late-night television and the Billboard 200, Justin Timberlake rode his rolling promotional juggernaut to the White House on Tuesday night, taking part in an all-star tribute to Memphis soul along with Mavis Staples, Booker T. Jones and Queen Latifah, among others.
And, yes, he wore his suit and tie.
The invite-only concert, to be broadcast April 16 on PBS, was the latest installment in a series of “In Performance at the White House” events that have seen President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama celebrate country music, Motown and the work of Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder.
According to the Washington Post, Tuesday’s gig featured renditions of “When Something Is Wrong With My Baby” by Sam Moore (of Sam & Dave) and “You Don’t Miss Your Water” by William Bell. Timberlake, a Memphis native, did Otis Redding’s “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay” with guitar by Steve Cropper, who co-wrote the tune and played on the original record. (Watch the performance below.)
“This is the music that asked us to try a little tenderness,” President Obama said in his introductory remarks, Entertainment Weekly reported. “It’s the music that put Mr. Big Stuff in his place. And it’s the music that challenged us to accept new ways of thinking with four timeless words: ‘Can you dig it?’ ”
Timberlake, Staples and harmonica player Charlie Musselwhite also took part in a discussion with students Tuesday in the White House’s State Dining Room, where Staples nailed down the difference between soul music and the gospel tradition it grew out of: “Rather than saying ‘Jesus,’ you’re saying ‘baby.’ ”
Sounds about right.
So with JT / Jimmy Fallon week coming to an end tonight, with Justin’s 5th and final late night musical performance, figured i’d give you a recap of the entire week. (merely just an excuse to give you guys all five videos at once to excuse my absense all week from uploading them)
3/12 “pusher love girl”
3/14 ” let the groove get in”
3/15 ” strawberry bubblegum”
check out the videos below, and please credit woj if you use!!!
Pusher love girl live on Jimmy Fallon
Mirrors live on Jimmy Fallon
let the groove get in live on Jimmy Fallon
straawberry bubblegum live on Jimmy Fallon
“Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” is hosting a full week of Justin Timberlake. Last night was his second appearance, and he performed “Mirrors”. Timberlake, Fallon, and his Ragtime Gals also sang “SexyBack” as a barbershop group, complete with suggestive winks and period-appropriate dancing. Watch both below.
If you hadn’t had your fill of Timberlake on TV, Vulture also reports that on March 19, The 20/20 Experience’s official release date, Timberlake will participate in an hour-long CW special, elegantly titled Target Presents the iHeartRadio Album Release Party With Justin Timberlake. Among performances and interviews, Timberlake will premiere a new video on the show.
Below, also check out Timberlake’s “Saturday Night Live” dress rehearsal performance of “Mirrors”, featuring a cameo from Steve Martin, Chevy Chase, and Bill Hader (standing in for Martin Short) as The Three Amigos.