Album Review: Justin Timberlake (FutureSex/LoveSounds)

Justin Timberlake’s sophomore album, FutureSex / LoveSounds shows us that his once boyish curly hair and his Justifiable days are now long gone and he has transformed into something that is undeniably sexy.

With an album that has been steady at the top of the charts and launching a tour this summer, JT’s aim towards audiences has him receiving great success.

Calling Jive Records home, along with artists such as Usher and Christina Aguilera, JT may have picked up a thing or two about the concept of love and seduction.

With the assistance of Timberland, a man who has helped redefine the sound of a whole music genre and has made this album something into his own with his own special style.

FutureSex / LoveSounds is doped up on orchestrated strings, sythized harmonies and long-ended tracks that puts you a brilliant bewilderment hunt for love.

The track “LoveStoned / I Think She Knows” draws you in with a boybandish sounding melody and the chorus that lures listener into a state of peaceful bliss and a highlighted sedation of beat boxing and entranced by a string orchestra as the chorus is repeated.

The track “What Goes Around / ?Comes Around Interlude” serenades the listener with a bombardment of strings and choir voices and tells the story of a man who was so in love with a girl that he would do anything for her, after knowing she cheated on him.

The album’s main concept seems to be about the stages of a relationship. FutureSex / LoveSounds displays the courtship between a man and a woman, as the man is trying to impress the woman.

FutureSex / LoveSounds is a display of how one can turn a splendid concept album into a major summer necessity. With the hit single, Summer Love flooding airways this album is only going to gather more praise and desire by all fans.

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