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The 20/20 Experience
Release : March 19, 2013
Peak Chart Position : #1
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Take back the night
Release : 7/12/2013
Peak Chart Position : #29
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Release : 3/3/2013
Peak Chart Position : #2
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Holy Grail with Jay Z
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Peak Chart Position : #4
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The 20/20 Experience 2 of 2
Release : 9/30/2013
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Peak Chart Position : #54
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04-07-08 Manchester, England - Phones 4u Arena
04-11-12 Birmingham, England - LG Arena
04-14, 16 Zurich, Switzerland - Hallenstadion
04-18 Arnhem, Netherlands - GelreDome
04-20, 22 Koln, Germany - Lanxess Arena
04-24 Berlin, Germany - O2 World
04-26 Paris, France - Stade de France
05-01-02 Antwerp, Belgium - Sportpaleis
05-04 Hamburg, Germany - O2 World
05-06 Copenhagen, Denmark - Parken
05-08 Oslo, Norway - Telenor Arena
05-10 Stockholm, Sweden - Tele2 Arena
05-12 Helsinki, Finland - Hartwall Areena
05-15 St. Petersburg, Russia - SKK
05-17 Moscow, Russia - Olimpiyskiy
05-23 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates - Du Arena
05-26 Istanbul, Turkey - Itu Stadium
05-28 Tel Aviv, Israel - Hayarkon Park
05-30 Rabat, Morocco - Festival Mawazine
06-01 Lisbon, Portugal - Parque Das Nações
06-03 Prague, Czech Republic - O2 Arena
06-04 Vienna, Austria - Wiener Stadhalle
06-06 Berlin, Germany - O2 World Arena
06-08 Frankfurt, Germany - Commerz-Bank Arena
06-10 London, England - O2 Arena
07-09 Buffalo, NY - First Niagara Center
07-12 Charlotte, NC - Time Warner Cable Arena
07-14 Baltimore, MD - Baltimore Arena
07-16 Albany, NY - Times Union Center
07-18 Uncasville, CT - Mohegan Sun
07-19 Boston, MA - TD Garden
07-22 Ottawa, Ontario - Canadian Tire Centre
07-25-26 Montreal, Quebec - Bell Centre
07-28 Detroit, MI - The Palace of Auburn Hills
07-30 Kansas City, MO - Sprint Center
08-03 New Orleans, LA - New Orleans Arena
08-05 San Antonio, TX - AT&T Center
08-08 Las Vegas, NV - MGM Grand Garden Arena
08-11 San Jose, CA - SAP Center
11-20 Portland, OR - MODA Center
11-22 Oakland, CA - Oracle Arena
11-24 Los Angeles, CA - The Forum
11-28 Las Vegas, NV - MGM Grand Garden Arena
12-01 Houston, TX - Toyota Center
12-03 Dallas, TX - American Airlines Center
12-05 Oklahoma City, OK - Chesapeake Energy Arena
12-08 Chicago, IL - United Center
12-10 Toronto, Ontario - Air Canada Centre
12-13 Uncasville, CT - Mohegan Sun
12-14 Brooklyn, NY - Barclays Center
12-17 Philadelphia, PA - Wells Fargo Center
12-19 Nashville, TN - Bridgestone Arena
12-20 Atlanta, GA - Gwinnett Center

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Did JT bring sexy back? Not according to Prince  (oh, snap!). But he did charm us all with his elegant sense  of style. Robert Sullivan checks in the new (ahem) King of  Pop.

I dont know how it works for other style icons–guys who  have hit singles stretching back into their teens, who have  acting careers, who are mixing and sampling with Timbaland  and Rick Rubin and doing duets with the likes of Madonna–but  when Justin Timberlake gets dressed in the morning, he does  not think about how he looks. Really. He swears. Or so he  claims today at San Diego’s Torrey Pines Golf Course, where  he is planning to respond to a challenge set by Tiger Woods  who declared that no amateur golfer could beat 100 on an  U.S. Open course. (Timberlake ends up breaking 100–and  possibly scores even better with his black fedora.)  “Honestly, I don’t walk out of my house thinking, Man, I  hope somebody thinks this looks cool!.” Could he be  referring to the ostrich-leather pants he once wore during  his days with *NSYNC? “I think that so much is how you carry  it and how you feel in it”, he continues. “The same way that  golfers dress differently now because of Tiger Woods, I  don’t think they are conscious of i. They are just like:  “This is what I feel right in.” It’s a state of mind.”

It is the Timberlake state of mind, in other words, which  is intense but relaxed. He ticks through a list of his  idols: Stevie Wonder, the Beatles, Prince, Brian Wilson.  “All those people, they were just doing what they did,” he  says. “They were not planning on becoming iconic or a photo  image in people’s minds. You think of Stevie, you think of  the glasses, the braids, and his voice. You think of the  Beatles, you think purple. You think of Marvin Gaye, you  think skullcap with a peacot. I don’t think you plan stuff  like that. You sort of just are who you are.”

Given that he has sold close to 18 million albums, you  would have to be living in a cave without an Internet  connection to not know who Justin Timberlake is. His most  recent albu, 2006’s FutureSex / LoveSounds, had six  Top 20 hits. Lately, Timberlake–JT for short– has been in so  many movies that you would be forgiven for thinking he was a  rising actor with a music career on the side. Over the  summer he was in Mike Myers’s Love Guru, part of a  comedy run that started with Andy Samberg’s Saturday Night  Live film Dick in a Box, a hilarious parody of  early-nineties R&B videos that won an Emmy and is still a  YouTube hit. Prior to that, JT was impressively gritty in  Nick Cassavetes’s Alpha Dog, a gang story, and  impressively kids-y in Shrek the Third, in which he  was the voice of a young King Arthur, acting with his former  girlfriend, Cameron Diaz. (Jessica Biel, his current amour,  is somewhere in the vicinity of the golf course today.)

Now 27, Timberlake began his career as a preteen Star  Search contestant at the Grand Ole Opry in his home state of  Tennessee. By ten, he had landed a gig with the Micky  Mouse Club, alongside co-Mouseketeers Britney Spears  and Christina Aguilera. He graduated to *NSYNC at the height  of the boy-band era, then went solo in 2002, the CD Justified legitimizing him as an R&B artist. He dressed  at the time in baggy leather pants, T-shirts, and fedoras,  and later moved on to suits with sneakers. As Sinatra  allegedly took care never to lose the crease of his pants,  so Timberlake adjusted his ( ) to make his suits high-top  compatible. “It’s all about how the pants hang man,” he say.  He was banned from the Grammys after an infamious “warddrobe  malfunction” at the 2004 Super Bowl got him and Janet  Jackson in trouble with censors, but he apologized, as  requested, and in turn was permitted to accept numerous  awards, including Best Male Pop Vocal performance for “Cry me a River”.

In 2005, with the help oh his childhood friend Trace  Ayala Timberlake launched a fashion line, William Rast.  The () was concocted from the first an last names of  Timberlake’s and Ayala’s grandfathers who alse grew up in  Tennessee together. Timberlake and Ayala started small,  focusing on Denim, but this fall they’re taking things to  the next level with the help of Johan and Marcela Lindeberg,  the husband-and-wife team behind the unsung hipster label J.  Lindeberg. A fan of the brand, Timberlake arranged a meeting  with the ( ) in San Diego last year and subsequently hired  them as designers. “We really connected,” John Lindeberg  says.

The plan was to build a line that wasn’t based on  Timberlake but was nevertheless connected to him  aesthetically– or in Johan Lindeberg’s words, “to go deep  within the roots of Tennessee and try to meld them together  with the Hollywood showman that he is.” Timberlake sent them  pictures of vintage Gibson guitars, his favorite old  Mercedes coupe, and the Tennessee countryside. “I’d say,  ‘This is where William Rast should be walking,’ ” Timberlake  recalls, “We’ve got to the point where William Rast is a  character.”

The fall ad campaign, released this month features  Timberlake and has a Bonnie and Clyde feel. The  women’s line is not too dressy, while the men’s feels a  little bit Grand Ole Pry, a little bit Hollywood Bowl. “I’d  describe it as Southern heritage meets forward European  innovation,” says Timberlake. “It’s me in Europe. It’s  basically me and Trace mixed with Johan.”

Technically, the two friends started designing back when  Ayala made a pair of jeans for Timberlake in the *NSYNC  days, and Timberlake can remember spray-painting vintage Air  Jordans and shaving a beehive design into Ayala’s hair. “We  just didn’t care,” Timberlake says, “We kind of still  don’t.” When they moved to L.A together, they continued to  experiment with fashion. “It’s funny. I keep hearing Ashton  Kutcher say how he was responsible for trucker caps,”  Timberlake says. “I’ve heard him make that statement before.  Trace and I were wearing them when we were seventeen.” “I  gotta be completely honest,” says Ayala. “I think we did  start the trucker hat. I came up with it–and Justin made it  cool.”

Ayala sees a link between Timberlake and fashion and his  music; the suits that JT wore on the “FutureSex/LoveShow”  world tour were an idea that surfaced in the studio. As  Ayala remembers: “Justin said, ‘You know what? If I was  wearing a suit with this, then that would bring sexy back!’”  Not that he always wants to be bringing sexy back.  In David LaChapelle’s 2001 video for Elton John’s “This  Train Don’t Stop There Anymore,” Timberlake played Elton  John at the height of is flamboyance, when the artist was  trapped by his fashion fame. It’s a beautifull video, and  Timberlake immersed himself in the cautionary role. “I  played Elton at the height of the hoopla,” Timberlake says,  “and show how he sort of shied away from it. He just wanted  to play his music. To be who he was. He didn’t want to be a  crazy suit; he didn’t want to be a crazy suit; he didn’t  want to be a pair of big glasses. He wanted to be Elton  John.

You know, the same way I don’t want to be Mr. Sexy Back  forever. That’s what he was feeling. He didn’t want to be  the Elton John who wears crazy outfits on stage. He wanted  people to love his music. Obviously they did–and still do.  But somehow fashion icons become a photo in people’s minds”,  He pauses and shrugs, “I think sometimes people see me in a  fedora, or in a suit and sneakers. You are locked in the  photo. That’s our day and age.”

“I don’t want to be Mr. SexyBack  forever.”

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