It's a lovely tribute to us. It was written after a difficult conversation between Justin Timberlake and former girlfriend Britney Spears. Mirrors was a big comeback for Justin when it hit Number 1 in 2013. . Despite distorted vocals and barely making a cameo himself on his own chorus — leaving the bulk of the work to his old pal Timbaland — SexyBack became a signature track for Justin and went straight in at the top, with over 739,000 combined sales to its name. Other notable entries Another megastar collaboration, this time with hip-hop legend Jay Z, finishes just outside the Top 5. It brings tears to my eyes.
It also won Justin Timberlake's second Best Male Pop Vocal Grammy Award and was nominated for Record Of the Year. It was acclaimed for an elegant production with gospel influences and a powerful falsetto vocal. It included choreography by Jamie King, a frequent collaborator with Madonna. The song finishes just behind other spin-offs from the album Summer Love and Until The End Of Time ft. Justin Timberlake serves as the executive music producer for the animated film Trolls. It went all the way to 1 at mainstream pop and adult pop radio. He liked the unique sound and thought it represented an artistic new beginning.
Madonna created the song with the intent of generating a sense of urgency about the fragility of the earth's environment. I think the song, more than anything, is about having a sense of urgency. Its chart sales tally currently stands at 478,000. Match that with the song's theme of infidelity and you've got tabloid gold, basically — not to mention chart gold! The clip is notable for its arresting black and white background. It is a brash, percussive pop song notable for the use of marching band sounds, cowbells, and foghorns. The Grammy Award winner topped the dance club chart. The song was released in May 2016 six months before the film.
Its upbeat, celebratory mood pleased music critics and fans alike. Justin's fourth biggest single is the big hit from his 2003 debut album, Cry Me A River - the one that got everybody talking. As for Justin's biggest deep cut i. Fresh form his breakup with Britney Spears, Justin played on public interest by casting a woman who had more than a passing resemblance to his ex in the video. This chart is compiled using combined sales and streams.
The beautiful pop melody turned the song into an instant hit. Justin is famed for his all-star collaborations, and up in fifth is possibly his starriest of them all. With his new album Man Of The Woods imminent, we've had a good old poke through the archives and crunched the numbers to reveal his biggest songs. It would take him another four years to land his first Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart, that song being SexyBack, but his overall track record on the charts - 25 Top 40 singles across five albums - is mightily impressive. It was also nominated for Video of the Year. Lauren Hastings starred in the video as a blonde woman that many believed was a stand-in for Britney Spears.
The combination of wildly percussive production and Justin Timberlake's flawless vocals resulted in a second consecutive 1 pop hit. It earned a Grammy Award nomination for Album of the Year and won the Best Pop Vocal Album award. Justin teamed up with Madonna for 4 Minutes, the lead single from her 2008 album Hard Candy. The clip depicts Madonna and Justin Timberlake as a pair of superheroes overcoming obstacles. The song was included on the album Justified which debuted at 2 on the album chart and sold over 400,000 copies in its first week of release. The accompanying music video was directed by Francis Lawrence and filmed on location in Malibu, Caifornia. It has a shimmering sound that helped it win a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording.
The performance by Judith Roberts playing the elderly woman in the clip was singled out for specific praise. Justin Timberlake claimed influence by David Bowie, David Byrne, and. It includes dialogue and stars actress Scarlett Johansson. The track spent a frustrating four weeks at Number 2, kept off Number 1 by Drake's chart-topping juggernaut One Dance. Following their massive commercial success working together, Justin Timberlake and were invited to work on the lead single from album. The accompanying music video directed by Floria Sigismondi received powerful critical acclaim and is dedicated to Justin Timberlake's maternal grandparents. Mirrors ruled the top spot for three weeks and has a stellar combined chart sales tally of just over 1 million.
Justin Timberlake and the Neptunes have stated that they were listening to both Earth, Wind and Fire and while putting together the record. The first and second parts of the song were put together years apart. It sold more than 50,000 copies on iTunes in four days. It was a winning combination — the track spent 4 weeks at Number 1, which is Justin's longest run at the top, and boasts over 575,000 combined sales. .
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