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Justin Timberlake Boogies Out of 70s Disco Lawsuit After Settlement

Justin Timberlake no longer has to worry about a lawsuit accusing him of ripping off a disco band, as the pop star has finally reached a deal to end the years-long legal battle. According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Timberlake and a music company named PK Music Performance have agreed to resolve all claims against the singer. Per the deal, PK will dismiss all claims against Timberlake and the case will officially be closed. The document…


Justin Timberlake Shares First Take of ‘Say Something’ Video On One Year Anniversary

One year ago Friday (Jan. 25), Justin Timberlake and Chris Stapleton unveiled their epic “Say Something” video, filmed in one continuous shot in Los Angeles’ ornate Bradbury Building. On the clip’s anniversary, Timberlakee dropped first take of the music video, featuring the same intricate filming through elevators, stairways and culminating to an atrium full of singers. You would never know that the six-minute is the first try, because it’s just that good.


Maluma Dreams Of Justin Timberlake Collaboration

It’s Maluma, baby and he’s ready to make his Super Bowl debut on Sunday, February 3rd during a commercial for Michelob ULTRA. The Colombian-born singer says the ad gives fans a look at what his life is like when he’s just being Juan Luis. Kicking back with friends, beer-in-hand is his idea of a good time. Even if he can’t enjoy many moments like that anymore, you know, since becoming an international superstar. Since the…


‘NSync Covers the Pokemon Rap 20 Years Ago

20 years ago, *NSYNC performed a cover of the Pokémon Rap. The group was still about a year away from their huge commercial breakthrough with 2000’s No Strings Attached when they made the video to help promote the ever-expanding world of Pokémon for the WB Network. Now, the video has once again resurfaced, because nothing ever really leaves the internet, and a lot of people can’t help but laugh as the boyband struggles to get…


Justin Timberlake Has The No. 1 Song In The U.S. — Here’s Why You Don’t See His Name At The Top

Justin Timberlake and producer extraordinaire Timbaland have enjoyed an incredibly fruitful relationship, and during the years the two have been collaborating, they have scored at least 15 top 10 hits on the Hot 100 together, including several No. 1 smashes, and that number has recently risen. The powerful pairing are back at the top of the all-encompassing listing of the 100 most popular songs in America, though most Americans probably don’t realize they’re back in…


Billboard’s 100 Best Songs of 2018: Critics’ Picks

Top 40 was a strange place in 2018 — a place where the year’s longest-running Billboard No. 1 hit had two chords and zero choruses or obvious hooks, and other No. 1s included a three-movement psych-rap odyssey, an Afrobeat-trap protest song and an R&B celebrity Burn Book ballad. The definition of pop music is always changing, but the last 12 months in particular felt like a transition year, a portent of a future where the music mainstream is close to…


2019 Grammy nominations snubs and surprises

The nominations for the 2019 Grammys were officially released Friday morning, and with the news comes both snubs and surprises. Rappers Drake and Kendrick Lamar lead this year’s nominations in the biggest four categories, which generally refer to record of the year, song of the year, album of the year and best new artist. Lamar received eight nominations, while Drake received seven. As the New York Times notes, women also lead in some of the…


Amazon’s Best of Prime 2018

Amazon today announced the Best of Prime 2018, highlighting how Prime members around the world enjoyed their benefits throughout the last year. More new members worldwide already signed up for Prime in 2018 than ever before and, new this year, members in Australia can now experience Prime’s benefits — bringing the number of countries with Prime to 17. Prime members worldwide ordered more than two billion products with one-day delivery or faster in the last…


Bazzi On What He Learned From Justin Timberlake

It’s one thing to have a lot of lucky breaks, but it’s another thing entirely to deliver on them. In his brief career, Bazzi — aka 21-year-old Michigan native Andrew Bazzi — has made the most of his chances. Bazzi’s father, a Lebanese immigrant, supported his son’s artistic leanings, and in 2014 moved the two of them to Los Angeles so that the young musician, then still in high school, could focus on his career.


Justin Timberlake’s Motion To Dismiss ‘Damn Girl’ Copyright Case Denied

Justin Timberlake’s and’s (aka William Adams) wildly successful song “Damn Girl” won two Grammy awards and went platinum four times. Timberlake’s tour for the Futuresex/Lovesounds album was the subject of an HBO special. There is no denying that the album, song, tour and subsequent merchandise were a smash hit. United States District Judge Vernon S. Broderick, however, denied Timberlake’s and Adams’ request to throw out a copyright case brought by PK Music Performance Inc.