The song urges listeners to “dance, dance, dance,” and that's just what everyone does in the fun visual. Timberlake dances in a diner and other regular people such as mechanics, florists, waitresses, etc., all bust a move for the sake of feeling good!
Over the past few months, JustinTimberlake has been spotted in the studio, now we get a taste of what he’s been working on…Enter “Can’t Stop The Feeling,” Timberlake’s first song in three years...
The jig is out: Justin Timberlake and Pharrell are back putting their minds together, cooking something up. JT posted the picture above on his Instagram yesterday (March 17) of him and Pharrell chopping it up in the studio...
Justin Timberlake is officially in the Daddy's club. The music superstar, and his wife, actress Jessica Biel, have welcomed their first child, son Silas Randall Timberlake, confirms People.
Well the singer confirmed the news via Instagramâ¦JTâs gonna be a daddy!
Justin Timberlake will have the last shows on his '20/20 Experience' Tour filmed. According to Earshot, the Grammy award winner will wrap up the celebrated trek with two dates at Las Vegas' MGM Grand Garden Arena.
For our R&B fans here at Singersroom, we've rounded up a few of the Yahoo Live! concerts that weâve watched in an effort to pass on that experience to you guys.
Justin Timberlake has one of the most successful tours of the year (thus far). According to Pollstar, who released their mid-year tally recently, Timberlake's recent trek has grossed $110.2 million to place him at no.3 on the tally.
Justin Timberlake has struck a new record with his new single, "Not A Bad Thing." According to Billboard, the latest single to drop from "The 20/20 Experience, 2 of 2," gives him the distinction of having the most Pop Songs Chart number one charters for a male artist.
Justin Timberlake says leaving 'N Sync behind was one of the best and worst things he's ever done. Appearing on "Oprah's Master Class," the former "Bye Bye Bye" singer admitted that he felt the need to move forward not just because of an urge, but because music was changing.