The 20/20 Experience
On March 26, 2013, solo artist Justin Timberlake’s 20/20 Experience was released. The album relates to Pop, Hip-Hip, and R&B lovers but favors any era — the Jazz Age, early-1960s Motown, etc. With one million copies sold in the first week, Justin explains to us just what the 20/20 Experience is. Timberlake is reminding us that as quickly as music moves today, great style persists. Songs such as “Pusher Love Girl” and the hit “Suit and Tie” still reminds us that the big band orchestra vibe is still relevant in the 21st century. “As long as I got my suit and tie, I’m-a leave it all on the floor tonight,” he sings in “Suit & Tie,” the snazzy lead single from the album, due out Tuesday. “All pressed up in black and white, and you’re dressed in that dress I like.”
Justin Timberlake was a former member of N’Sync and while questioned by others on whether he could make a change from former pop group to hit making solo artist, he perfected his craft.
Albums from the past such as” FutureSex/LoveSounds” and “Cry Me a River”,were successful, and the 20/20 Experience is just as great.
Several song shows his growth and maturity and give great perspective, such as“Mirrors” and “Tunnel Vision”, Songs like “That Girl” find him insisting, and “I don’t pay attention to the talk,” show his character. In my opinion, Justin Timberlake has advanced since becoming a solo artist. His amusing beats by producer Timbaland have kept his fans listening for 6 long wonderful years.