Justin Timberlake - Justified - 2002 Hip Hop - Pop R+B 2LP

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Justin Timberlake - Justified

Label: Jive
Catalog#: 01241-41823-1
Format: 2 x Vinyl, LP
Country: US
Released: 2002
Genre: Hip Hop
Style: RnB/Swing


A1 Señorita 4:56
Vocals - Lainie Aguilar , Pharrell Williams
A2 Like I Love You 4:45
Rap [Featuring] - Clipse
A3 (Oh No) What You Got 4:30

B1 Take It From Here 6:18
B2 Cry Me A River 4:49
Vocals - Greater Anointing , Marsha Ambroise* , Tyrone Tribbett
B3 Rock Your Body 4:28
Vocals - Vanessa Marquez

C1 Nothin' Else 5:00
C2 Last Night 4:47
C3 Still On My Brain 4:35
Producer - Underdogs, The

D1 (And She Said) Take Me Now 5:34
Co-producer - Scott Storch
Vocals - Janet Jackson
D2 Right For Me 4:30
Rap [Featuring] - Bubba Sparxxx
D3 Let's Take A Ride 4:43
D4 Never Again 4:33
Producer - Brian McKnight

Producer - Neptunes, The (tracks: A1, A2, B1, B3 to C2, D3)
Producer, Vocals - Timbaland (tracks: A3, B2, D1, D2)

Won a Grammy Award for Best Pop Male Album of 2004.

When I heard the first single for "Justified", the Neptunes' produced "Like I Love You" featuring Clipse, I decided to give Justin Timberlake some attention. One of my friends forwarded me a link to preview some of his songs and since I was impressed, I decided to purchase "Justified". The 1st track, "Senorita", sets the mood for Justin's debut. He wants everyone to get on the dance floor and have some fun. Other than the unnecessary chants towards the end of the track, this is a good way to get the LP started. After "Like I Love You", Timbaland, who is known for producing tracks for the late Aaliyah, Missy Elliott, Jay Z and for his Beat Club artists (Bubba Sparxxx, Petey Pablo, and Ms. Jade), hooks Justin up with something lovely on "(Oh No) What You Got". This is definitely one of his best r&b creations. Justin is able to ride cruise control and he even gets provocative with the lyrical content. Timbaland also produces the second single and ode to Britney Spears, "Cry Me A River". He slows things down to a midtempo song this time around and Justin is able to make his feelings and thoughts known to everyone about his failed relationship. Justin has good production all over "Justified". The Neptunes produce 7 tracks, Timbaland produces 4 and Brian McKnight shows up to produce the closing ballad, "Never Again". On this track, Justin is able to pour out his feelings once again and you can hear the Brian McKnight influences throughout the song. What I like about "Justified" is that despite the pop appeal of N Sync, Justin Timberlake was able to make a r&b record without letting his past pop success get in his way. The Neptunes have alot to do with this as well. He is able to feel liberated with songs like "Rock Your Body", "Last Night" and "Let's Take A Ride" and it seems like Justin is enjoying his newfound freedom. "Last Night" is definitely going to be heard in a few clubs because the instant the track comes on, you want to hit the dance floor immediately. "Let's Take A Ride" takes a page from Mary J. Blige's "Steal Away" as Justin talks about wanting to get away from things for awhile with a particular young lady. The Neptunes slow things down on my favorite track on the LP, "Take It From Here". For over 6 minutes, in a submissive format, Justin is pouring his heart out to someone that he has been dealing with. Although, the analogies may be elementary to some listeners, Justin does a good job of getting the point across.

Justin Timberlake - Cry Me A River (Official Video)

Won a Grammy award in 2004 for Best Pop Male Vocal Performance.

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Justin Timberlake - Let's Take a Ride (live)

Strong, dominant rhythm and a hypnotizing groove. On this song he offers to take you away from a humdrum life. Go with him...

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justin timberlake ft. janet jackson - rock your body

The Neptunes' brilliant, impertinent, full-body funk is what stays with you
It echoes Michael Jackson's Billie Jean and Rock With You, featuring a funky guitar riff which screams "dancefloor"!

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Justin Timberlake - Senorita (Live - Grammy Awards 2004)

His smooth falsetto is an easy fit for the slinky quirks and rhythmic accents of the Neptunes and Timbaland

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Justin Timberlake - Like I Love You (Live Madison Square Garden)

The Neptunes laced the beats but Justin's vocal transcend the track from being ordinary. it features a memorable flamenco-style guitar pattern.

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Justin Timberlake - Like I Love You

This is the "Justin" I like and whose skills on the mic I RESPECT

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justin timberlake - last night
Live - Justified Tour

A club tune if ever there was one, the song features a, for want of a better word, "sassy" vocals and a wonderful arrangement of synthesised strings and light tickled piano.

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More Information
Condition New
Format 2LP
Label Jive Records
Color Black