Justin Timberlake - Justified
NME.COM feature on Justin Timberlake - Justified album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
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- Like I Love You
- (Oh No) What You Got
- Take It From Here
- Cry Me A River
- Rock Your Body
- Nothin' Else
- Last Night
- Still On My Brain
- (And She Said) Take Me Now
- Right For Me
- Let's Take A Ride
- Never Again
- Beatbox Bonus Cut
Pieces from the cutting-room floor cobbled together on the cheap
- Sep 27, 2013
- Jul 12, 2013
JT's return is best enjoyed with some time on your hands and a very active sex life
- Apr 2, 2013
Late singer wanted to record *N Sync song 'Gone' with Timberlake Duet would've been track from 'N Sync's third album called 'Gone'
Songs by LL Cool J, Beastie Boys and Outkast performed by the pair
Singer says he fancies nabbing a Grammy for Best Country Album
Justin Timberlake - Justified: Wikipedia Album Entry
Justified is the debut album by American pop singer Justin Timberlake. Released during the hiatus of the group *NSYNC, the album signaled Timberlake's desire to craft a more mature image than that of a "boy band member". The album features guest performances by Timbaland, Clipse, Bubba Sparxxx, and Janet Jackson. The final song, "Never Again", featured Brian McKnight on nearly all of the instruments. Justified was honored with two Grammy Awards at the 2004 Grammy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles. The album was also nominated at the event for Album of the Year. The album has sold more than seven million copies worldwide. The album won Best International Album at the 2004 Brit Awards.
In 2003, a fifth single was released, titled "I'm Lovin' It". The song, partly a leftover song from the Justified sessions, did not appear on the album, which proved extremely lucrative when it was sold to the McDonald's Corporation for use in a massive TV and radio advertising campaign of the same name and same game (genre of music). Justified was re-released in several countries to include the song.
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