Album Review: Justin Timberlake’s “Everything I Thought It Was”

Album Review: Justin Timberlake’s “Everything I Thought It Was”

After the disappointing release of “Man of the Woods” six years ago, Justin Timberlake is back with a bang on his latest album “Everything I Thought It Was.” This new LP is a breath of fresh air for fans who have been eagerly waiting for Timberlake to return to his former glory.

The album kicks off with a vibey track titled “Memphis,” a nod to Timberlake’s hometown, setting the tone for a journey of love and self-reflection. The infectious beats of songs like “F*kin’ Up the Disco” and “No Angels” bring back that signature JT funk that fans have come to love over the years.

Love is a recurring theme throughout the 18-track project, with a standout being a seven-minute slow jam that showcases Timberlake’s vocal range and emotional depth. This album is a testament to Timberlake’s ability to craft intricate soundscapes that appeal to a wide audience.

From the smooth midtempo vibes of “Selfish” to the pop perfection of “Imagination,” “Everything I Thought It Was” offers something for everyone. Even the nostalgic track “Paradise” with *NSYNC takes listeners on a trip down memory lane, highlighting the enduring talent of the boy band.

Timberlake does not shy away from experimentation on this album. Tracks like “Play” and “Love & War” showcase his growth as an artist, pushing the boundaries of his comfort zone and delivering standout performances that captivate the listener. Even in moments where the comparisons to previous hits are inevitable, Timberlake manages to put a fresh spin on familiar themes.

With “Everything I Thought It Was,” Justin Timberlake has proven that he is back and better than ever. This album is a testament to his evolution as an artist and a performer, with each track offering a glimpse into his creative vision and musical prowess. Fans can now breathe a sigh of relief, knowing that Timberlake’s best days are still ahead of him.

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