Worldofjustin.com is celebrating 12 years online with a new look and some new content as well as old favorites. thnx for your continued support over the years!!!


Check out some of the latest things Justin has been working on.

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
Peak Chart Position : #8
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The 20/20 Experience 2 of 2
Release : 9/30/2013
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never mind what I said before, lol! got it all back, some images might now show up but thats fine we got back the essentials.

so apparently my host did something and now my themes are gone …..UGHHHHHHHH

hopefully they can fix that or once again I have to start from scratch on something new ….. wahhh

VANCOUVER — You can fault Justin Timberlake for a lot of things.

If you’re a fan of his music, you can get on his case about his absence from the scene for close to seven years as he groomed his film and television career and left the concert stage and the studio

(mostly) behind.

You can also fault him for his two 20/20 Experience volumes released last year. As far as comeback blockbusters go (and they sold truckloads, making him the top selling artist of 2013), the two albums felt like last-minute contractual obligation attempts, especially the second volume. Too much material spread out for too long, with only a few memorable moments.

And you can still fault him for teaming up with MySpace. (Meh.) But you couldn’t find too many faults in Justin Timberlake’s oversized performance at Rogers Arena Thursday night.

With two hefty acts, overblown visuals and a seismic band to back him up (the solid Tennessee Kids), Timberlake rocked everyone’s body with a career-spanning set that, evidently, put his two 20/20 albums squarely in the spotlight.

Following a lengthy set by guest DJ Freestyle Steve, Timberlake hit the stage at the exact stroke of 9 p.m., his gigantic LCD honeycomb backdrop playing shadow tricks as JT emblazoned risers appeared from below the stage revealing his massive band, comprising two drummers, guitars, keys, horns and a group of backup singers.

Garbed in a snazzy white suit jacket and bow tie, his hair slicked back, Timberlake cued the band into Pusher Love Girl, the honeycomb backdrop (which extended above the stage and dwarfed even Roger Waters’ The Wall setup) coming to life with strobing lights.

In first-class R&B club crooner mode, Timberlake had the near sold-out crowd going absolutely bonkers from the outset.

Eat your heart out, Michael Buble.

The club vibes hit hard during a Rock Your Body that had fans dancing in the aisles, Timberlake shimmying and shaking his way through the crowd favourite.

A brassy Don’t Hold The Wall followed, Timberlake slipping and sliding all over the stage in his shiny shoes, backup dancers in tow.

The sound mix’s limitations were apparent when JT re-upped his classic FutureSex/LoveSound, the title track from his 2006 masterwork, where an ambient, horn and keys-heavy reinterpretation with a James Bond flavour lost some of its intended traction.

Vocally, Timberlake played it loose and easy, hitting the highs without pushing too hard, pausing repeatedly to take the pulse of the crowd.

Warmed up, he went all smooth and sugary for an atmospheric jazz piano intro to My Love that soon shifted into the wobbly Timbaland-produced version of the song, before all hell broke loose as the floor began jumping on cue during an electric guitar crazy coda.

There was little opportunity to take a breather during the concert’s first hour, and if it wasn’t exactly TKO, it was pretty close.

Strangely enough, the crowd seemed more mesmerized by the concert’s top notch tech than JT himself during more subdued 20/20 stuff like the meandering Strawberry Bubblegum, at which point the bow tie came off and the suit jacket was cast aside.

“It’s such a pleasure to be back,” Timberlake said. “I love British Columbia. In fact, it smells like British Columbia in here.”

Playing up the green smoke angle is a bit like shooting fish in a barrel in Vancouver, but following up with Summer Love and LoveStoned felt like a bit of a high, smoke-induced or not.

A 10-minute break followed the first act’s climactic combo finale of a cover of Jay Z’s Holy Grail and the cathartic Cry Me A River, JT’s ode to his Britney Spears breakup that still feels all too raw.

The second half of the show would kick off with lasers blazing and would feature Only When I Walk Away, the voodoo-laden True Blood and a number of more party-oriented grooves and covers of Elvis Presley’s Heartbreak Hotel and Michael Jackson’s Human Nature.

At one point the entire front of the stage and its plexiglass platform rose and rolled across the room, stopping at the back of the arena to the delight of many fans stuck far from the action.

It was a feat of technological wizardry (not to mention an eye-popping stunt) that defied logic.

An acoustic What Goes Around…, Take Back The Night, Suit and Tie, and SexyBack would be the many cherries on top of a pop concert that clocked in well past the two and a half-hour mark.

As a recording artist, Timberlake’s output is somewhat debatable.

As a showman — and he proved it by stealing the show from Jay Z at last year’s Legends of the Summer concert at BC Place — he’s a tough act to match.

So who knows what the future holds for this Mouseketeer turned boy-band alum turned multimedia star? Only hindsight will tell. And we all know the score on that one.

Read more: http://www.vancouversun.com/entertainment/Review+Justin+Timberlake+gets+full+marks+Vancouver/9397683/story.html#ixzz2qrJDBmgy

after taking a break for the holidays the 20/20 experience world tour returns tonight as Justin takes the stage at Rexall Place in Edmonton, AB. Will add pictures when I get home from work! remember to share your pictures with woj (facebook.com/likeworldofjustin or wojcom@aol.com)

Justin Timberlake has no shortage of brand deals to pick and choose from, between pop-up concerts for Target, and handling creative direction for Bud Light Platinum last year, but now he’s stepping up his game, and taking his tequila to the big-leagues.

Timberlake has partnered with Sauza Liquors (the brand is owned by Beam , one of the largest spirit manufacturers in the U.S. and home to several major liquor brands including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Courvoisier and more) to re-launch his own version of the potent beverage as part of the Sauza franchize. It will be dubbed Sauza 901, named both for Timberlake’s hometown area code in Memphis, Tennessee, and conveniently for that magical hour when the party (read: trouble) really gets started.

Justin Timberlake has no shortage of brand deals to pick and choose from, between pop-up concerts for Target, and handling creative direction for Bud Light Platinum last year, but now he’s stepping up his game, and taking his tequila to the big-leagues.

Timberlake has partnered with Sauza Liquors (the brand is owned by Beam , one of the largest spirit manufacturers in the U.S. and home to several major liquor brands including Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Courvoisier and more) to re-launch his own version of the potent beverage as part of the Sauza franchize. It will be dubbed Sauza 901, named both for Timberlake’s hometown area code in Memphis, Tennessee, and conveniently for that magical hour when the party (read: trouble) really gets started.

Then there is the question of whether the venture conflicts with other brands deals. According to reports, Timberlake’s partnership with Anheuser-Busch has come to an end, though there is no official statement available on the brewery company’s website. As for his relationship with Target, Newlands only sees this as advantageous. In his mind the retail giant delivers affordable premium, very much in line with what Sauza is offering with 901.

Brand/artist partnerships have become increasingly popular in recent years. Brands are investing in collaboration with artists beyond the standard endorsement deal, to help develop influence and reach with consumers. The one-time stigma around artists “selling out,” is a stigma no more.

So cheers, Justin. Bottoms up.

live Mas! Justin Timberlake partied hard after winning big at the People’s Choice Awards . . . with some Taco Bell. The 32-year-old ”Mirrors” singer celebrated his three awards by heading directly to the fast food joint after attending the award show at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Wednesday, Jan. 8.

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