The aficionados of falsetto teamed up to record this track off Pharrell’s latest album, G I R L. In this song, JT & Pharrell express how the love in their lives makes them feel so young they’re practically “brand new.” It’s a shame Pharrell didn’t think of this song six years ago, it’s what The Curious Case of Benjamin Button was really missing.
Oh… Justin, Justin, Justin… Justin, Justin, Justin… Justin. Justin, Justin, Justin… Justin, Justin… Justin. Justin. Justin. JUSTIN. Justin, Justin, Justin… Justin.
Justin, Justin, Justin… Justin, Justin, Justin… Justin, Juuuuuuuustin, Justin… Justin, Justin, Justin… Justin, Justin, Justin… Justin, Justiiiiiiin, Justin, Justin, Justin.
That’s all I have to say about that.
(and Timbaland says “coochie”).
Justin Timberlake has released his first single from The 20/20 Experience: 2 of 2 which sounds exactly like every Michael Jackson song ever. Thanks, Justin, you can go back to SNL now.
The first few lyrics from “Take Back the Night” are, “This was your city, You did it all and more, broke every law except for one, babe.” Every law? This girl sounds awful. And which law didn’t she break? Probably embezzlement, it takes too long.
So Magna Carta… Holy Grail was released, much to my disappointment. It’s not terrible – it’s just not the Holy Grail of rap albums. Many of the songs remind me of The Blueprint 2: The Gift and the Curse, which if you know that album, is like telling Bobbie Flay his burgers remind you of White Castle. yikes… And if it wasn’t bad enough, the Nirvana sample in “Holy Grail” is just repulsive.
My debut album will be titled This Is Not Very Good, so no one will be disappointed. (First single, “Tiny Clay Mountains”).
All this 20/20 hype has got me jonesin’ for JT’s first seven minute epic love ballad.
I have posted both the song, and the extended music video. If you’re wondering why you should bother watching a ten-minute music video… it is because Justin Timberlake and Scarlett Johansson make this super-sexy-mini-movie a treat for the eyes, as well as the ears.
Justin Timberlake… YES! This is what I expect from you.
A weird thing about the song is that the Timbaland-crafted beat is very similar to “What Goes Around… Comes Around.” Is that the ultimate “F-you,” overhauling a bitter betrayal song into the ultimate love song? If it’s intentional, I don’t think Britney cares anymore, if it’s not, it’s just strange.
This song also makes me think about Jessica Biel… I don’t like it, I didn’t watch 7th Heaven for a reason…
I’m so annoyed with the way the media is treating Justin Timberlake, and his new single, “Suit & Tie.” What if a friend of yours said, “I was dating this guy for a while, and it was going really well, until he abandoned me for six years. But, now he’s back!” Would your response be, “Oh, that’s great! I’m so happy for you!” NO, and neither should we.
While he was “gone,” I turned to the dependable men in my life for my falsetto pop music needs: Adam Levine, Robin Thicke, to name a few. Also, the radio is acting like it is the second coming of Jesus Christ. Calm down everyone, this song isn’t that good. Every time I hear “Suit & Tie,” I try to imagine Jessica Biel “enjoying” the song, which is: arms crossed, scowl on her face, saying, “No. Turn this off. I don’t dance, and I certainly won’t dance to this.” Her public image could use some work…