Justin Timberlake Height
Justin Timberlake is a ten time Grammy Award winner from Memphis, Tennessee. He has sold over 88 million records to date and is referred to as the ‘Prince of Pop’. There is much debate on the height of Timberlake, as he has a slender lean build that can make him appear taller than he is. Justin has also claimed before to be 6’1″, and even went as far to say he was almost 6’2″. When comparing Justin Timberlake height in photos to other celebs, it’s hard to believe he is as tall as he says. His wife Jessica Biel stands at 5’7″ and he doesn’t seem to be much taller than her, even considering she may be in heels. Justins estimated to be just above average teetering at 6’0″.
Justin Timberlake In The 90s
Timberlake was born on January 31st, 1981 and grew up around music as a child. He sang country and gospel music while performing at a young age and his dad was a Baptist church choir director. Justin started out on the television show Star Search. Not long after, he became a Mouseketeer in 1993 on ‘The All-New Mickey Mouse Club’. This would be where he found the idea to start a boy band with his cast-mate JC Chasez that would form the group NSYNC. In 1997 the band released their debut album and Justin and JC at this time were the main singers. In 1999 Timberlake began dating Britney Spears, who was making waves in music herself. Spears was also a cast member of ‘The Mickey Mouse Club’ alongside Justin.
Justin Timberlake Say Something
Written by Justin Timberlake, Larrance Dopson, Floyd Nathaniel Hills and Timbaland, ‘Say Something’ is the third single from the album ‘Man of the Woods’. It was released in January of 2018 and hit number 9 on the Billboard Hot 100. Justin Timberlake Say Something’ also featured Chris Stapleton, who took part in some of the writing. The song is a country rock ballad with some gospel and some pop touches added, creating many different sounds. Nominated seven times in different categories, ‘Say Something’ took home the award for ‘Best Live Video‘ during the UK Music Video Awards. The lyrics can be interpreted as the feeling of being pressured to say something on an issue. When instead it’s best to serve the cause instead of using it to draw attention to oneself.
Justin Timberlake SexyBack
For Timberlakes second studio album he made some large differences in the delivery of the sounds in his tracks. The title ‘FutureSex/LoveSounds’ sums up the majority of what the album contains, with SexyBack as the intro. Originally the song was going to be called Sexion. Never did Timberlake imagine that SexyBack would become such a worn out term after its release. The idea for the song was influenced by David Bowie’s cover of James Browns’ ‘Sex Machine’. Justin said he wanted to sing the song more in the way of ‘rock’ rather than ‘R&B’. This was a change from the vocals on his previous album ‘Justified’. Synthesizers were used to distort his voice and it gave it more of a ‘club funk’ sound. The single was at the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 for seven straight weeks.
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