YOU MUST SEE THIS
— Justin Timberlake (@jtimberlake) September 27, 2013
Justin “premiered” his album on iTunes Radio, which allows you to stream each song, and he has some commentaries for some of the tracks.
I absolutely love the album, btw. “Not A Bad Thing” is a great song to end the album with. The whole album felt darker and grittier, and then it ended with something unexpectedly light and happy.
cute little bit about how Justin is sick and Jessica is the best wife in the world <3
Pusher Love Girl
amazing! as usual, enjoy!
Justin asks Anthony some questions. Pretty funny.
The only good thing about this review is that they suggest downloading my favorite track lol
Comprising as it does outtakes from the sessions for The 20/20 Experience, it’s hardly surprising there should be a drop-off in quality for this follow-up; but it’s a pretty steep fall. With four tracks dragged out beyond seven minutes apiece, longueurs are a serious problem, particularly on “TKO” – Timbaland’s irritatingly itchy percussive backdrop sounds like a machine afflicted with fleas. And adding a rotten dub-reggae coda to the already overlong “Only When I Walk Away” simply adds insult to infamy. Elsewhere, the album is awash in vapid bubblebath-soul bleating and feeble falsetto on tracks like the ’80s R&B-styled “Take Back The Night”, which exposes Justin Timberlake’s Michael Jackson fixation as empty imitation.
Download: Gimme What I Don’t Know (I Want); Not A Bad Thing