Posts Tagged ‘ Justin Timberlake ’

Justin Timberlake Is Back.


Justin Timberlake has shared a video for his new song “Filthy.” Watch it below. In the Mark Romanek-directed clip, Timberlake plays a Steve Jobs-type character who introduces the world to a provocative dancing robot. “Filthy” appears on his new album Man of the Woods, which arrives February 2. It features contributions from Timbaland, the Neptunes, Alicia Keys, and Chris Stapleton. His last record The 20/20 Experience arrived in 2013, along with its companion LP. Timberlake is set to perform at the 2018 Super Bowl Halftime Show on February in Minneapolis, 14 years after his performance with Janet Jackson.

History of Rap 6 (Jimmy Fallon & Justin Timberlake)


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Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon perform a medley of hip hop classics on the History of Rap 6. Watch the video below and check out the track list after the jump.

 

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Michael Jackson, Justin Timberlake – Love Never Felt So Good


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Justin Timberlake said it was always a dream to make a song with Michael Jackson. Now, not only is their song “Love Never Felt So Good” a reality, but so is a music video. Four minutes long, the video is an obvious homage to Jackson, who died in 2009, complete with clips from his past music videos and dancers’ imitating his dance moves. “Love Never Felt So Good” is part of the album “Xscape,” featuring Jackson’s singing along with some of the biggest singers today, including Timberlake and Mary J. Blige. “Even when Michael was alive, we never stopped working on the song ‘Xscape,'” producer Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins said. “It was one of those songs where he specifically said to me, ‘It has to see the light of day one day.’ Jerkins said fans will be happy with the result. “Everyone did a really great job on this project,” he said.

Celebrity Oil Paintings.


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This collection of detailed oil paintings comes from the artist only known as “Hans”.  Hans hails from Bangkok, Thailand, and has an affinity for turning existing photos of celebrity faces, into custom portraits.  Check out some of his collection below.
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History of Rap 5: Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake


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Jimmy Fallon’s first week hosting “The Tonight Show” couldn’t end any other way. His friend and frequent comedy partner, Justin Timberlake, appeared on the last show of the week. The two riffed about how Timberlake and wife Jessica Biel drank all the booze in Fallon’s home, and Timberlake performed “Not a Bad Thing” from his “20/20 Experience” album. But this duet did and amazing job at going threw a history lesson on rap.

Justin Timberlake Ft. J. Cole, ASAP Rocky And Pusha T – TKO (Remix)


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Justin Timberlake enlists J. Cole, ASAP Rocky and Pusha T for an official remix of his record “TKO”. Produced by Timbaland.

Jay Z – Holy Grail feat. Justin Timberlake Official Visual


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Director Anthony Mandler has produced the visuals to Jay Z and Justin Timberlake’s new release “Holy Grail”, which comes from Carter’s twelfth studio album Magna Carta… Holy Grail. The video sees Jay Z, Justin Timberlake, and some cloth-covered women in an abandoned mansion and includes a slightly remixed version of the collaborative track. Prior to this, the American director had frequently collaborated with Rihanna and has produced videos for Eminem, Usher, Drake, M.I.A. and Lana Del Rey, amongst many others.

Justin Timberlake – Take Back The Night


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Most of us will probably never get to hop into a vintage car and cruise the streets of New York with Justin Timberlake.  JT gave his fans a taste of what that would be like with the slow-motion reveal of the street party clip for his latest single, “Take Back the Night.”

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Justin Timberlake – Tunnel Vision


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“Tunnel Vision” is the third single off Timerlake’s comeback album “The 20/20 Experience,” following “Suit & Tie” and “Mirrors.” Justin Timberlake’s music videos have always been a bit racy (see “Senorita,” “Love Sex Magic” and “Sexy Back”), but his newest video for “Tunnel Vision” sets a new bar, check it out below.

Jeff Phantom x DJ Storm – The 15/20 Experience.


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Recently DJ Jeff Phantom came to me with another brilliant idea concerning the new Justin Timberlake album ‘The 20/20 Experience’.  So 48 hours later, we had a 16 minute mix of our favorite tracks from the record breaking album, all remixed the way we wanted them.  Click the pic above to download the mix.

Justin Timberlake – Mirrors


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Justin Timberlake gives fans the full “20/20 Experience” in the music video of “Mirrors'”off his latest album. The video is dedicated to Timberlake’s grandparents William and Sadie. His grandfather passed away last year and the video tells the couple’s love story through several generations.

Justin Timberlake – Mirrors


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“Mirrors” is a mid-tempo pop ballad recorded by singer Justin Timberlake for his third studio album The 20/20 Experience (2013). It was released on February 11, 2013 by RCA Records as a promotional single from the album.

10 Memorable Celebrity Appearances In Super Bowl Ads


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With 30 seconds of Super Bowl ad time going for as much as $4 million, companies want to get the biggest bang for their buck. One way to do that? Get yourself a celebrity endorser; then put the person in a memorable situation that people will be talking about Monday morning. Psy (promoting Wonderful Pistachios), Amy Poehler (Best Buy), Kaley Cuoco (Toyota), Dwayne Johnson (“Got Milk?”) and Tracy Morgan (MiO Fit) are among this year’s most anticipated endorsers. To set the bar high, here are ten celebrity commercial appearances from past Super Bowls that had people talking well after the confetti fell.

Betty White for Snickers

The “Golden Girls” star has been everywhere the last few years — including movie roles, hosting “Saturday Night Live,” and getting her own primetime prank series on NBC. White credits one appearance for her career revival: a Snickers commercial during the 2010 Super Bowl. “That’s what really started the little surge,” the actress told AdAge in 2010, talking about the commercial where she and fellow elder actor Abe Vigoda get into a game of pickup football.

 

Jay-Z for Budweiser

For Budweiser Select, the company brought in football royalty Don Shula to square off against one of rap’s biggest stars. The two played a confusing-to-follow, futuristic, holographic football game that was shown on one of Hova’s flat-screen TVs. It’s good to know that even in the future, Jay-Z is still the coolest guy in the room, and two-time Super Bowl champ Shula is as competitive as ever.

 

Cindy Crawford for Pepsi

In 1992, which might have been the apex of Crawford’s modeling career, Pepsi used her to perfection in its Super Bowl spot. The beauty pulled up to a dusty gas station and purchased a Pepsi as some nearby boys stopped playing to lean on a fence and ogle … the new can design.

 

Matthew Broderick for Honda

Some fans were horrified when they found out Broderick was reprising the titular role from the ’80s classic “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” for a car commercial, but the postgame consensus was that the ad was pretty great. Honda said they packed in two dozen tributes to “Bueller” in the extended version of the ad, and while a CR-V might not be a Ferrari 250 GT California, it’s still fun to watch a professional hooky player at work.

 

Megan Fox for Motorola

Megan Fox taking a bubble bath? Not a terrible start to a commercial. What made the Motorola spot even more interesting was that they had to bring in a double — for the actress’s thumbs. Fox suffers from brachydactyly, a condition that results in clubbed thumbs.

 

David Letterman, Oprah Winfrey, and Jay Leno for “The Late Show with David Letterman”

Somehow kept under wraps until it hit the air was a 2010 meeting that improbably saw late-night rivals Letterman and Leno on the same couch as daytime queen Winfrey. Letterman and Leno’s feud goes back to the early ’90s when the two competed for the “Tonight Show” hosting gig, but it reheated when Letterman sided with Conan O’Brien in an ugly feud over NBC late-night positioning. But Letterman invited Winfrey (who had joined him in a 2007 ad) and Leno, and under a veil of secrecy that included Leno wearing a fake mustache in Manhattan, they pulled off the surreptitious taping and surprised America.

 

Michael J. Fox for Diet Pepsi

Pepsi used Michael J. Fox for a series of commercials in the ’80s, but the 1987 entry might be the best. Fox went to get his attractive new neighbor a soda, only to find that he had foolishly put an empty 2-liter bottle back in the fridge. This led to a madcap trek down a fire escape and across traffic in the pouring rain, with Fox finding that his quest wasn’t over just yet.

 

Britney Spears for Pepsi

In 2002, Pepsi wanted to showcase its generations of fans, so they had Spears — at the peak of her popularity — step into ads set in 1958 and the intervening years up to the present. The black-and-white spot of Spears singing and dancing in a soda fountain kicked off the night of commercials.

 

Justin Timberlake for Pepsi

In 2008, Pepsi got another former Mouseketeer in an ad, using the singer/actor/beloved “Saturday Night Live” host to promote Pepsi Stuff. The spot found Timberlake being pulled across town by a mysterious force and incorporated a whole lot of physical comedy and cameos by Andy Samberg and Tony Romo.

 

Eminem and Clint Eastwood for Chrysler

Chrysler went for a combination of grit and class in 2010 with “Imported from Detroit,” as Eminem drove through the Motor City, eventually joining a gospel choir onstage as they sang the opening notes of “Lose Yourself.” Two years later, Chrysler again had a unique take, this time with Eastwood discussing how it was halftime in America. The Eastwood ad generated a lot of interest, angering Karl Rove and spawning an “SNL” parody.

Justin Timberlake – Suit And Tie ft. JAY Z


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Timberlake’s new single, “Suit & Tie,” featuring Jay-Z, has already broken records. The song debuted at No. 14 on Billboard’s Pop Songs chart and broke the record for the most first-week plays on the radio in the chart’s 20-year history. “Suit” was played 6,045 times in between Jan. 14 and Jan. 21 and beat the previous record holder, Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way,” that had 4,602 plays when it was debuted. “Suit & Tie” is Timberlake’s first release since “FutureSex/LoveSounds” in 2006. It gives you a taste of his new album, “The 20/20 Experience,” that was produced by Timbaland.

My Top 30 Memories.


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I was thinking recently about my future, and later on in life how I would describe world changing events of my past to my children as I experienced them.  We’ve all heard that a picture says 1,000 words, which in most cases is 100% true, so I dug up some collections of pictures and was able to comprise a set of 30 photos that exemplify some of the most important memories spanning the last decade or so.  The photos aren’t in chronological order (they’re a bit boring when arranged that way), and this isn’t every major event that’s happened since 2000, just the ones that I remember the most. Check the method below, and if you remember any of these events, let me know what you think, and your opinion of the pictures that represent them.  I’m extremely curious to hear what people have to say.

September 11th 2001

The Infamous ''Britney/Madona'' Kiss August 28th 2003

October 15th 2005, An Iraqi man is arrested for having bombs in his car.

September 11th 2006, World Trade Center Momument goes up.

December 27th, Mark Zuckerberg wins Time Magazine's Person of the Year award for Facebook.

February 20th, 2008, Barack Obama is on the campaign trail for President of the US.

The Iceland volcano Eyjafjallajokull erupts. April 22nd, 2010

October 4th 2003, The Governator is nearing completion of dominative the California Elections.

June 20th, 2004, An Israeli border policeman fires teargas canister during a protest by Palestinians

The final flight of the Concorde Jet (Flight 216). November 26, 2003.

Saddam Hussein after his capture is shown during a press conference in Baghdad, December 14, 2003.

Fireworks light up Sydney's Harbour Bridge during the closing ceremony of the XXVII Olympiad in Sydney October 1, 2000.

Michael Phelps becomes the first single athlete to win 8 Gold Medals at the Beijing Olympics. August 11, 2008.

My boy Usain Bolt of Jamaica becomes the fastest man in the world. August 20, 2008.

Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, July 7, 2009. The Jackson family mourns the death of Michael Jackson.

The war in the Middle East rages on in the Kunar Province August 12, 2009.

The 58th Cannes Film Festival, May 13th 2005. Paris Hilton reminds us that you don't have to be talented to be famous.

Fireworks illuminate the sky around a euro sculpture, designed by German artist Ottmar Hoerl on January 1st, 2002, to celebrate the birth of the 'Euro'.

Judge Robert Rosenberg, stares at a dimpled punchcard ballot November 23, during the 2000 presidential elections.

Elian Gonzalez, held by Donato Dalrymple, is taken by U.S. federal agents from his Miami relatives April 22, 2000.

Michael Jackson holds an unidentified child, covered with a towel in Berlin Germany, November 19, 2002.

Former President George W. Bush addresses U.S. Army soldiers and their families at Fort Hood, Texas, January 3, 2003.

A man walks in the street near the World Trade Center towers in New York City, early September 11, 2001.

Anti-war protesters gather in London at the start of a demonstration against war on Iraq, February 15, 2003.

November 19, 2001. Former President George W. Bush looks like a jackass. (This is neither the first or last time it would occur.)

A ''wardrobe malfunction'' marrs the Super Bowl XXXVIII in Houston, on February 1, 2004. This is the most searched photo in internet history.

Elmont, New York, April 9, 2009. Protests begin against foreclosures in response to the failing U.S. economy.

November 4, 2008. Barack Obama is declaried the winner of the 2008 Presidential elections... And I'm stuck in class.

Richard Fuld, Chairman and Chief Executive of Lehman Brothers Holdings, October 6, 2008, signifying a response to the economic downturn.