Plus – hear Timberlake's Michael Jackson cover as he reveals work on Pharrell Williams solo album
Justin Timberlake‘s new album ‘The 20/20 Experience – Part 2’ is streaming online.
The album is the follow-up to ‘The 20/20 Experience’, which was released in March, and is due out on September 30. Tracks include the previously released ‘Take Back The Night’, as well as ‘True Blood’, ‘Murder’ and ‘Gimme What I Don’t Know (I Want)’. The shortest song on the album is the Drake-featuring ‘Cabaret’, which clocks in at a reasonable 04.32, while the longest song is album closer ‘Not A Bad Thing’ at an epic 11.28. The album is streaming on iTunes now.
Timberlake is currently on a promotional tour and stopped in London to play live for BBC Radio 1, where he performed a cover of Michael Jackson’s 1978 hit ‘Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground)’. Scroll down to watch a recording of the performance now.
Meanwhile, it has been revealed Timberlake is working with Pharrell Williams and Timbaland on the Daft Punk collaborator’s new solo album. Speaking to Kiss FM in the UK, Timberlake was reticent to reveal the full details of his work with Williams but did say: “I just saw Pharrell. We actually have, we did something for his record. There’s some stuff in the pipeline. I don’t want to jump the gun here because I don’t know what it’s going to turn into. But there’s a potential Pharrell/Timbaland meet. We’ll have to see. It’s up to those guys. I think future is bright for me and Pharrell to get back together.”
Earlier this year Timberlake’s track ‘Take Back The Night’ got the singer into trouble with an anti-sexual violence charity of the same name. The non-profit Take Back The Night group’s executive director Katherine Koestner said her organisation was “really shocked” that the singer had used its name without permission.