Justin Timberlake's "20/20 Experience" sequel album will be in stores on September 30th with a world tour starting in October!
Timberlake's "20/20 Experience" record debuted at number 1 earlier this year selling just under a million copies.
The "20/20 Experience Tour" will kick off in Montreal, Quebec on Halloween night, October 31st.
For a full list of the tour dates SO FAR, click on the continue reading button below.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Strawberry Bubblegum...
Justin Timberlake attended the Time 100 Gala with his beautiful bride Jessica Biel.
Jessica looks amazing and Justin looks like he is growing his hair out a little bit.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Let's be real. She makes him look good.
Jay Z is on one of the seven covers for the new Time Magazine 100 Most Influential People Of 2013.
Others listed are Justin Timberlake, Jennifer Lawrence, Jimmy Fallon, Beyonce, Jimmy Kimmel, Lena Dunham, Dutchess Kate Middleton, and Rand Paul.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Any bloggers on the list this year?
Justin Timberlake's "Mirrors" video was released last night after his iHeartRadio TV special on the CW. The song was labeled by Billboard as epic on it's release. Could the video reflect what Billboard said about the song.
The story is about William and Sadie as we see them as they are now, old and reflecting on their decades old relationship. We are taken back to a pool hall where it seems William and Sadie first met and over the course of the first 5 minutes, we are taken on their journey, from early LOVE with a simple gift of a book to a prophecy in photos that they will grow old together to pain of a loss, perhaps from a miscarriage, where we see books on the floor that the chapters of stories they thought were to be written with children will now never be read or experienced. Regardless, she comes to him, and he stands by her, being her mirror.
We are then taken of her looking at him while he sees a mannequin that reminds him of her beauty of her on their wedding day, where, to this day, after all this time, he sees her as his bride, not his wife. Is there anything more romantic?
We see a young William on the ground, it is his turn to have the pieces falling around him, and there is his woman Sadie, to lift him up and stand by him the way he stood by her. True LOVE. Fighting for now. This is where the breakdown part takes place and we see more creative designs made in the reflections of mirrors around the room. No fun house mirrors that falsify what we see.
She is taken back to the book he first got her, and although it seems that she dropped it, she never forgot it. He appears by her side, reading the book with her as we see her wedding ring. Unlike lost LOVE like in Katy Perry's "One That Got Away", they found each other through hardships and made it happen. We see that William has passed away and what we were seeing was the reflection of the relationship through Sadie's eyes as he passed before her.
At the 5:45 part, we see Justin's tribute to William and Sadie through his dance breakdown ala Fred Astaire. Fred Astaire would have posed less however. The mirror tricks play down with a reflection of a dancer morphing into one.
Even with the video being over 8 minutes long, there is too much for the viewer to take in, as you can see by my review which some will see as more of an assumption as to what is really going on. The truth is, we are being led to our own interpretation of things.
As beautiful as the video is, the live performance with the big band will do more for you in the long run than this video, MTV Video Music Award wins aside.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Romanticism is not dead. Just clean your mirrors more often....
Justin Timberlake's new release "20/20 Experience" is out today. The follow up, "20/20 Experience Vol. 2" will be released in November!
Questlove posted this to his web site:
"spoiler alert. 20/20 Vol 2 comes out in nov. (10 songs now…..10 songs later= 20 vision)."
The new release is expected to sell around 500,000 copies in it's first week.
With NSYNC, Justin holds the record for the most units sold in one week at 2.1 million for "No Strings Attached"....-DocFB
Diagnosis: Hopefully Vol. 2 will have more upbeat songs...
Jimmy Fallon & Justin Timberlake did "The History of Rap Part 4" on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon Friday night and those 2 white guys got down!
From the start, they did "Jump On It" and continued with Timberlake's Fat Boys beat boxing riff, to RUN DMC, Beastie Boys and LL Cool J classic cuts.
They went into the 90's with 2 Live Crew, Teddy Riley's Wrekx N Effect, Salt N Pepa, Snoop Dogg, Busta Ryhmes, Notorious B.I.G., Jay Z, Nelly, and more.
When they went the 2000's, they brought to the front Chamillionaire, Waka Flocka, and Macklemore & Ryan's Lewis "Thift Shop" back to Eminem's "Lose Yourself" to close out the set. Interesting they chose 2 white rap acts to end it. Hmm.
Enjoy "History of Rap 4" above.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Pretty bad ass....
Justin Timberlake kicked off his week long stint by performing "Pusher Lover Girl" and talking with Fallon about Kanye West and hosting Saturday Night Live. Fallon is calling it Timberweek.
I must say the band is tight.
Too bad that you have to watch the full episode to see what he says about Kanye and other things.
Check out the performance above.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Nice vinyl....