10 albums not to miss this spring
1. Justin Timberlake
“The 20/20 Experience”
Justin Timberlake stepped away from music after putting out 2006’s “Future Sex/Love Songs,” his second solo album. In January, Timberlake returned with the single “Suit and Tie,” featuring Jay-Z. The part R&B, part dance song was met with a collective “huh” from longtime fans who might have been hoping for something closer to “SexyBack.” But the song, which also is the first single from the upcoming “The 20/20 Experience,” may give some insight into what Timberlake’s first album in seven years may sound like. Longtime collaborator Timbaland once again will have his hands all over this album, so don’t expect this one to go too far outside the box.
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