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Runner Runner
Release : 2014
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Nsync Essentials
Release : July 29, 2014
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love never felt so good
Release : May 13, 2014
Peak Chart Position : #20
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not a bad thing
Release : 2/24/2014
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The 20/20 Experience 2 of 2
Release : 9/30/2013
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An Exclusive Peek at Justin Timberlake’s Stuff

When it comes to entertaining, few do it better than Justin Timberlake–onstage or off. It’s not just the sold-out world tours and big-budget movies, like the new film Trouble with the Curve with Clint Eastwood. We’re talking about Sunday barbecues during football season that feature quality eats (organic flatbread pizzas and pretzel-bite sandwiches from Greenleaf in Beverly Hills), an exceptional playlist (“I’ll go through a 25-song set of Gap Band and S.O.S. Band and Kool & the Gang, then bridge that into Radiohead and the Strokes,” he explains), and maybe a late-night burger delivery from an In-N-Out truck. Entertaining is so important to the 31-year-old that he recently founded the home furnishings line HomeMint with his interior designer, Estee Stanley, so you can bring his welcoming vibe into your own living room. And when you do, we suggest the following method for keeping guests happy: “Make sure everyone has enough to eat–and booze on.” As for those cocktails, one of his go-tos is a Pepino. “Every time I’ve been photographed at a Lakers game it’s with a Coors Light in my hand,” he says, laughing. “But I’m a big fan of tequila.” Here’s how to make one at home. –Mickey Rapkin

Sketched on July 29, 2012, on location in San Juan, Puerto Rico (Credit: Christopher Testani)
What’s the key to  being a great host?Justin Timberlake: The key to good hosting is to  make sure everyone has enough to eat–and booze on. In my house, we tend to host  Sunday barbecues, which is convenient in football season. Everybody can do chips  and dips. But a good friend of ours, Jon Rollo–one of the founders of Greenleaf  in L.A.–will send over pretzel bite sandwiches and flatbread pizzas. He’ll send  over fennel salads. Don’t get me wrong: I can never turn guacamole down. But  this is a healthy alternative to loading your face with cans of Rotel.

What’s your philosophy on being a good  host? JT: If you’re hosting people, you want them to feel like they’re  in their own home. I don’t like things to be too formal. I’ve hosted Halloween  murder mystery dinners where people had to search through the house for clues.  We did one that was Prohibition era-themed. The girls showed up as flappers and  the guys showed up in waistcoats and pinstripes. At some point, people will  drink enough to be hungry, so you need enough food. I’ve hosted parties where  I’ll  have an In-and-Out truck show up later on in the evening. You know  everyone will be hungry again.
What’s your go-to drink to cool  down? JT: Every time I’ve been photographed at a Lakers Game it’s with a  Coors Light in my hand. But I pick my cocktails based on the seasons. In the  colder weather I tend to drink whiskey cocktails. In the warmer months, I’m a  big fan of tequila, obviously. You can do a Paloma–with tequila and grapefruit  juice. But my go-to is a Pepino. It’s cucumber, tequila, pineapple juice, and  Grand Marnier. It’s a BBQ cocktail. I’m into beer cocktails, too. I had a beer  cocktail the other day: honey wheat ale, micro-brewed with blueberries. And then  they serve half a shot of Woodford Reserve with it. You get the carbonation from  the beer and this smokey thing from the bourbon, offset by the blueberry, which  is sweet. Perfect flavors mixed into one. I only had one cocktail, which was  really smart–I wanted to be able to walk out of the restaurant.
You  were born in Memphis. If you’re entertaining there, where’s the food coming  from? JT: Gus’s Fried Chicken is one of my favorites. But I’ll mention a  BBQ place you’d have to search to find. It’s called The Store on the Hill, and  it’s literally a convenience store on the hill. It’s family-owned, and tucked  away in the country, and the owner smokes a bunch of different pork shoulders  every day. You can get a tub of pulled pork and a tub of baked beans and a tub  of cole slaw and take it home to entertain 20 people. It’s home-smoked BBQ. But  the place itself? It looks like that scene in the movie where someone is going  to be brutally harmed. Someone’s about to say, “Goodnight.”
What’s  the strategy for music when you’re having people over? JT: We’re pretty  chill at my house. We stay away from the EDM–electronic dance music–until the  sun goes down. I try to keep the debauchery to a minimum until then. Music is  the eternal mood shifter. I’ll go through a 25-song set of Gap Band and SOS Band  and Kool and the Gang–a good, funk-soul set–then you can bridge that into  Radiohead, The Strokes. I find that classic rock seems to work really well,  although that may sound cliché. My mixes run the gamut from Radiohead to Kanye  to Steve Miller Band to Dylan.
BA‘s Exclusive Look at  Timberlake’s HomeMint October Collection!
What is HomeMint? It’s a  new online shop for furniture, kitchen and tabletop items, and other home decor  goods–and it’s curated by Timberlake and his interior designer Estee Stanley.  For their October collection, Timberlake and Stanley actually designed some  products along with the help of New Jersey-based ceramicist Barbara Eigen–and  we got an exclusive look.

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