The 20/20 Experience

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The 20/20 Experience
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Studio album by Justin Timberlake
Released March 15, 2013 (2013-03-15)
Recorded May – July 2012
Studio
Genre
Length 70:01
Label RCA
Producer
Justin Timberlake chronology
12" Masters – The Essential Mixes
(2010)12" Masters – The Essential Mixes2010
The 20/20 Experience
(2013)
The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2
(2013)The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 22013
Alternative cover
Deluxe version album cover
Deluxe version album cover
Singles from The 20/20 Experience – 1 of 2
  1. "Suit & Tie"
    Released: January 15, 2013
  2. "Mirrors"
    Released: February 11, 2013
  3. "Tunnel Vision"
    Released: June 14, 2013

The 20/20 Experience is the third studio album by American singer-songwriter Justin Timberlake. It was released on March 15, 2013, by RCA Records, as the follow-up to his second studio album FutureSex/LoveSounds (2006). It is considered the first half of a two-piece project, later being supplemented by his fourth studio album The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2 (2013). The record incorporates neo soul styles with elements of older soul music; its lyrics discuss themes of romance and sex. Production is handled by Timbaland, Timberlake, who also serves as the album's executive producer, and Jerome "J-Roc" Harmon, with Rob Knox contributing to the album's deluxe edition.

The 20/20 Experience received generally positive reviews from critics, many of whom praised its organic sound and hailed it as a significant pop release. The album debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 968,000 copies – the biggest sales week of the year, becoming Timberlake's second number one album on the chart and best-selling debut week of his solo career. The 20/20 Experience became the best-selling album of 2013 in the US, making it the Billboard Year-End number-one album. The album also became Timberlake's third consecutive number-one record in the United Kingdom, topped the charts in various other countries and set a digital sales record for being the fastest-selling album on the iTunes Store.[1] As of July 2014, joint sales of The 20/20 Experience with 2 of 2 stands at six million copies globally.[2]

Three singles have been released from The 20/20 Experience. Its lead single, "Suit & Tie", peaked within the top five in several countries worldwide, and reached number three in the US. The album's second single, "Mirrors", reached number one in the UK and two in the US. Timberlake embarked on the Legends of the Summer Stadium Tour with Jay-Z to further promote the album, as well as The 20/20 Experience World Tour. The album, as part of the compilation The 20/20 Experience – The Complete Experience, was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category Best Pop Vocal Album. "Suit and Tie" and "Pusher Love Girl" won for Best Music Video and Best R&B Song, respectively.

Development and title

"I'm the one that sits and is obsessive about it before you even get to hear it. As close as I get to it, I don't think I can physically torture myself that much, year in and year out, and expect it to fulfill me the way that it does and the way that it is right now. You just don't get that every day. You have to wait for it."

—Timberlake explaining his musical hiatus[3]

In September 2006, Timberlake released his second studio album FutureSex/LoveSounds. Critically and commercially acclaimed, the album spawned six singles, including the worldwide hits "SexyBack", "My Love" and "What Goes Around... Comes Around".[4] After wrapping up a worldwide concert tour in support of the album in 2007, Timberlake took a break from his music career to focus on acting.[5][6] In 2010, Timberlake's manager, Johnny Wright, began conversations with the singer about working on new music. The two had general decisions about ways to release new music, because according to Wright, "a lot of the physical record sellers were gone, by the time we've got music again we need to think about different ways to deliver it".[7] Wright proposed a promotion based on an application or releasing a new song every month. Timberlake, however, was not interested in going back into music and instead continued to focus on his film career.[7] Around the "late part of May/first week in June" 2012, Timberlake asked Wright to dinner and revealed to him that he had spent the last couple of nights in studio with Timbaland working on new material. Wright was shocked at the revelation, telling Billboard magazine that he "wasn't prepared for that."[7] The two immediately began marketing plans for how the album should be promoted and when it should be released. Ultimately, they agreed "to do this in a shorter period of time, so let's put the single out and [release the album] seven or eight weeks after that – make it a short window, and because we have such a short window, we have to make a big impact."[7]

Subsequently, in August 2012, producer Jim Beanz reported that Timberlake started working on his new music project.[6] However, at that time, shortly after the announcement, Timberlake's publicist revealed that there were no current plans for a new Timberlake album, affirming instead that Timberlake was working with Timbaland on songs for his upcoming project Shock Value III.[6] After the release of The 20/20 Experience, Wright confirmed that the album was finished in the middle of July and described it as a "fast record". Timberlake had four weeks to record the whole material, because he had to shoot his scenes for the film Runner Runner.[7] Although, originally planned for release in October 2012, the album's date was postponed because of the singer's wedding with actress Jessica Biel.[7] Wright stated that although in the project were involved artists who are also primarily Timberlake's friends it was tough keeping the album a secret, making them use codenames for the project.[7] During an interview with American radio and television host Ryan Seacrest, Timberlake explained the meaning behind the album's title saying, "It more or less came out of: I was playing some of the stuff for my friends and they would come in and out of the studio and I'd say, 'What do you think of this?' And my best friend said, 'This is music that you can see,' and for some reason that stuck with me."[8]

Recording

Timbaland provided the bulk of the production on the album.

The 20/20 Experience was produced in a span of 20 days.[9] Recording sessions for The 20/20 Experience began in the "late part of May, first week in June" and concluded in July 2012.[10] The album was recorded at EastWest Studios in Los Angeles, Jungle City Studios in New York City and Larrabee Studios in North Hollywood.[11] Of Timbaland's participation, Wright said: "(Their) relationship is like a brotherhood; they're just so comfortable with each other – not only as musical friends but as personal friends... that you can get things done in a short period of time. Had (the Affleck movie) not happened, we might have actually set up and put the album out sooner."[10] After recording was finished, Timberlake and Wright, with M2M Construction, begin "formulating plans for how to release the music".[10] Justin Timberlake, and most of the band used JH Audio in-ear monitoring systems.[12] With regards to the album's lead single "Suit & Tie", Timberlake shared with 97.1 AMP Radio/Los Angeles how the classic, "Get out your seat, Hov" lyric was born inside the studio with JAY-Z: "I had finished the verses and I was going in to record them and he was sitting in the room working, freestyling to himself. And then he came up with a line he really liked and he jumped out of his seat and he said, 'Uh oh! Get out of that seat, Hov.' And I just thought it was so funny. It made me laugh. I was standing right beside him when he did it and so I just put it on the record, more or less as a joke to him." Timberlake added that the song harkens back to the glory years of the Rat Pack. "Not to compare ourselves to those guys, but just the fun that they had," he said. "I was picturing like, being at the Sands in Vegas and saying, 'Oh, JAY-Z's in the house tonight. Uh, let's have him come up and do a number. Why don't you go ahead and get out of your seat, Hov?' That's more or less where it came from."[13][14][15]

Music and lyrics

According to Timberlake, the album "goes a lot of different directions. I think there's probably a little bit of what was reminiscent on the first album and then a little bit of what’s reminiscent of the second album, and then some new stuff."[16] While working on the album, Timberlake thought: "If Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin can do 10-minute songs and Queen can do 10-minute songs then why can't we? We'll figure out the radio edits later."[17]

The 20/20 Experience is a neo soul album partly inspired by the expansive song structures of 1960s and 1970s rock.[18] The songs have average lengths of seven minutes and are characterized by vamps, abrupt key changes, and unexpected rhythms and harmonies.[19] Music journalist Jody Rosen observed an emphasis on "rhythm and flow" rather than catchiness, and said that it is "not quite a pop album", as its "sense of musical space-time is more elastic and sprawling than anything on the radio".[19] The album's music incorporates samples of piano, distorted voices, and buzzing electronic sounds with elements of older soul music, including resonant voiceovers, lush string and horn arrangements, high-pitched guitar solos, and squelching analog synthesizers.[20] Steven Hyden said that the album has "traditionalist tendencies",[21] and Simon Price wrote that producers Timbaland and J-Roc merged 1970s influences with futuristic sounds: "the Chi-Lites in orbit, the Isley Brothers gone intergalactic, and so on." Price also compared their production on the album to Quincy Jones's production on Michael Jackson's 1979 album Off the Wall.[22]

The album's lyrics mostly deal with the theme of romance. The songs feature different metaphors for love, including drugs on "Pusher Love Girl", candy on "Strawberry Bubblegum", and outer space on "Spaceship Coupe".[23] Music critic Ken Tucker wrote that each song portrays Timberlake as a "starry-eyed romantic, bedazzled by a woman upon whom he cannot heap enough compliments, come-ons and seductive playfulness."[18]

Singles

"Suit & Tie", featuring rapper Jay-Z, was released as the album's lead single on January 14, 2013.[24] It is a mid-tempo R&B song that "floats along" like a song from the American band The Whispers.[25][26] The music video for "Suit & Tie" was shot on January 25, 2013, and released on February 14, 2013. It was directed by David Fincher, who previously directed The Social Network (2010), a film in which Timberlake starred.[27] Commercially, it was a success and managed to reach top ten positions in fifteen countries. It reached number three on the UK Singles Chart and number three on the US Billboard Hot 100.

"Mirrors" was released as the second single from the album on February 11, 2013, following his performance at the 2013 Grammy Awards.[28] The single has so far topped in the UK and reached the top five in Denmark, Ireland, Germany and South Korea and has peaked at number two on the US Billboard Hot 100. Internationally, the song has reached the top-10 in 23 countries, making it more successful in terms of chart placings than the previous single "Suit & Tie".

"Tunnel Vision" was released as the third and final single from the album on June 14, 2013.[29][30] The music video was released on July 3, 2013.[31]

Promotion

Timberlake performing during The 20/20 Experience World Tour, February 2014.

Timberlake and Wright met with RCA Records heads Peter Edge and Tom Corson in September 2012, to "plot release strategies for the album". Wright and RCA Records began discussions with Target and other corporations for marketing plans for the album in November.[10] Timberlake, part-owner of the social media site Myspace, put "Suit & Tie" on the splash page with a chance to stream or download the song simply for joining or signing in during the site's reboot in January 2013.[3][32][33] Timberlake and Jay-Z then performed "Suit & Tie" at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards on February 10, 2013.[34] They performed the song again during Timberlake's hosting of Saturday Night Live on March 9, 2013.[35] Timberlake debuted the live performance of the second single "Mirrors" at the Brit Awards 2013 ceremony at the O2 Arena in London on February 20, 2013.[36] He sang two songs from the album, "Pusher Love Girl" and "That Girl", during the Super Bowl XLVII weekend.[37]

Timberlake performed a preview concert at the Roseland Ballroom on May 5, 2013.[38] He held a one-off concert in Dublin, Ireland at Phoenix Park on July 10, 2013.[39] On February 22, 2013, it was announced that Timberlake and Jay-Z would embark on the Legends of the Summer Stadium Tour, a co-headlining series of concerts.[40] He headlined the 2013 Yahoo Wireless Festival at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for two of the three nights of the festival. The first was July 12, where he headlined alone. The second was July 14, where he headlined with Jay-Z. It served as a preview for the Legends of the Summer tour, which kicked off July 17, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[41][42]

To promote the album further, Timberlake announced on May 5, 2013, that he would embark on The 20/20 Experience World Tour, his second concert tour on a global scale. Promoted primarily by AEG Live, the tour would debut on October 31, 2013, in Montreal, just two months after the Legends of the Summer tour concluded. Twenty-two additional dates were also announced across Canada and the United States, ending on February 10, 2014, in Omaha, Nebraska. Several dates were made available for pre-sale for members of The Tennessee Kids, Timberlake's official fan club. Timberlake's official website noted that, while unannounced, additional dates in Europe, South America and Australia would follow.[43] Timberlake headlined the iTunes Festival in September 2013.[44]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
Source Rating
AnyDecentMusic? 7.1/10[45]
Metacritic 75/100[46]
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 2.5/5 stars[47]
The A.V. Club B[48]
The Daily Telegraph 4/5 stars[49]
The Guardian 3/5 stars[20]
The Independent 4/5 stars[50]
NME 6/10[51]
The Observer 4/5 stars[52]
Pitchfork 8.4/10[53]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars[19]
Spin 8/10[54]

The 20/20 Experience received generally positive reviews from critics.[55] At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream publications, the album received an average score of 75, based on 39 reviews.[46] Sputnikmusic's Sobhi Youssef called it "expertly" written and produced, and cited it as a "profound manifestation" of recent innovations in R&B.[56] Mikael Wood of the Los Angeles Times found its elaborate structures ambitious in the vein of Stevie Wonder, Prince, and Michael Jackson.[23] Andy Gill of The Independent called it "diversely enjoyable" and viewed Timbaland's production as solid, albeit not innovative.[50] Jody Rosen, writing for Rolling Stone, said that, although it lacks songs as immediate as Timberlake's previous hits, the album's multidimensional music eventually "sinks its teeth in, even on the wooziest songs."[19] Jordan Sargent of Spin called it a "sonic wonder" and said that the songs are ingenious enough to justify their lengths.[54]

Pitchfork's Ryan Dombal commended Timberlake for "shamelessly extol[ing] the joys of music and marriage", and viewed the album as more ambitious than his 2002 debut album Justified and more consistent than FutureSex/LoveSounds.[53] Kitty Empire, writing for The Observer, found it mostly "terrific – lush and quirky too", with silly, respectable homages to Prince.[52] Helen Brown of The Daily Telegraph said that the music feels both grandiose and intimate, and that Timberlake makes up for his thin voice with "yearning charisma and sly timing to sell every swoon."[49] Genevieve Koski of The A.V. Club called the album "an exercise in sophisticated sexiness" and complimented Timberlake's "preternatural assuredness", viewing that his "skilled" performance rectifies the calculated production.[48]

However, some reviewers criticized the album's lyrics.[57] Alexis Petridis of The Guardian felt that the album's adventurous music is marred by Timberlake's lyrics, which he called "porny" and "awful".[20] George Morahan of State called them banal and dismissed most of the music as "a protracted exploration of rhythm" that Timberlake and Timbaland are too familiar with.[58] Slant Magazine's Eric Henderson wrote that they overembellished "rehashed" musical ideas, "turning each B+ potential single into a C- epic."[59] AllMusic's Andy Kellman said that "few songs are dynamic enough to justify their length" on a refined, but bloated album.[47] Jon Caramanica of The New York Times panned it as an "amiable, anodyne album" with little variation and seven-minute songs that masquerade as "artistry".[60] Siân Rowe of NME viewed that Frank Ocean and Miguel are "doing better R&B jams in under four minutes."[51]

Accolades

The 20/20 Experience was ranked at number 11 on Billboard's "15 Best Albums of 2013: Critics' Picks" list.[61] Sputnikmusic staff ranked the album at number two on their year-end list.[62] Drowned in Sound featured the album at 17 on their list of favorite albums of the year.[63] For their "The 20 Best Albums of the 2010s (So Far)" published in January 2015, Billboard listed the album at number 14, commenting "Timberlake came back as a lovesick adult, bouncing old-school soul ideas off of his best bud Timbaland and writing a modern-day symphony for his beloved, Jessica Biel, that stretched for over an hour. We all grow up, but few do so as stylishly as JT."[64]

Awards

The album, as part of the compilation The 20/20 Experience – The Complete Experience, was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category Best Pop Vocal Album. Additionally, "Mirrors" was nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance, "Suit & Tie" for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Best Music Video, and "Pusher Love Girl" for Best R&B Song, winning the latter two.[65][66] The 20/20 Experience won Favorite Soul/R&B Album at the 2013 American Music Awards,[67] Top Billboard 200 Album and Top R&B Album at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards,[68] and Favorite Album at the 40th People's Choice Awards.[69] Timberlake won four awards at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards, including Video of the Year for "Mirrors".[70]

It also received nominations for Favorite Pop/Rock Album at the American Music Awards, Album of the Year at the 2013 Soul Train Music Awards,[71] Outstanding Album at the 2014 NAACP Image Award,[72] and World's Best Album at the World Music Awards.[73]

Commercial performance

In the United States, The 20/20 Experience debuted at the top of the US Billboard 200 and sold 968,000 copies in its first week,[74] becoming Timberlake's second number-one album as a solo artist. Sales figures for the first week are the highest of Timberlake's career, surpassing his previous studio efforts Justified and FutureSex/LoveSounds, which sold 439,000 and 684,000 copies in their debut weeks respectively. In its second chart week, the album sold 318,000 copies in the US, remaining in the top position and becoming the first album of the year to sell one million units.[75] The album remained at number one for a third week selling 139,000 units.[76] In its fourth week, with sales of 98,000 units, the album was pushed to number two by Paramore's self-titled album, which sold 106,000 copies.[77] The album was certified double Platinum in April 2013, having shipped more than two million copies in just under a month after its release.[78] It became the best selling album of 2013 in the US with 2,427,000 copies sold for the year.[79] As of 2018, the album has accumulated 3.8 million album-equivalent units in the US, combining sales and equivalent streams.[80] As of July 2014, joint sales of The 20/20 Experience with 2 of 2 stands at six million copies globally.[2]

The 20/20 Experience had the biggest sales week of 2013.[81] The album's first week sales are the 19th-largest week for an album since SoundScan started tracking data in 1991. Among male artists, Timberlake has the largest week in nearly five years. The last larger sales week by a man was when Lil Wayne's Tha Carter III debuted with 1.01 million on June 28, 2008. The 20/20 Experience also tallies the third-biggest week for a solo male singer.[82]

Overseas, the album saw similar success. In the UK, The 20/20 Experience debuted at number one selling 106,000 copies in its first week and was the fastest selling album of 2013, at the time of its release.[83] In its second chart week, the album sold another 56,000 copies in the UK.[84] Its third week sales in the UK were 26,000.[85] In Australia, The 20/20 Experience debuted at number one on the ARIA Charts and was accredited Gold certification by the Australian Recording Industry Association for shipments of 35,000 copies.[86] The 20/20 Experience additionally was certified Gold in Germany for certified sales of 100,000 copies.[87] At the time of its release, The 20/20 Experience was the fastest-selling album in iTunes history for a record's opening week, selling over 580,000 digital copies on iTunes worldwide.[88]

Track listing

All tracks written by Justin Timberlake, Timothy Mosley, Jerome Harmon and James Fauntleroy, except where noted; all tracks produced by Timbaland, Timberlake and Jerome "J-Roc" Harmon; all vocals produced and arranged by JT, except "That Girl", by JT and The Tennessee Kids.

The 20/20 Experience – Standard edition
No. Title Length
1. "Pusher Love Girl" 8:02
2. "Suit & Tie" (featuring Jay-Z) (writers: Timberlake, Mosley, Shawn Carter, Harmon, Fauntleroy, Terrence Stubbs, Johnny Wilson, Charles Still) 5:26
3. "Don't Hold the Wall" 7:10
4. "Strawberry Bubblegum" 7:59
5. "Tunnel Vision" 6:46
6. "Spaceship Coupe" 7:17
7. "That Girl" (writers: Timberlake, Mosley, Harmon, Fauntleroy, Noel Williams) 4:47
8. "Let the Groove Get In" 7:11
9. "Mirrors" 8:05
10. "Blue Ocean Floor" 7:19
Total length: 70:01

Notes[89]

  • The deluxe version of the album in the US is only available at Target stores.

Sample credits

  • "Suit & Tie" contains a portion of the composition "Sho' Nuff", written by Stubbs, Wilson and Still.
  • "That Girl" contains a sample of "Self Destruct", written by Williams, as performed by King Sporty.
  • "Let the Groove Get In" contains a sample from the recording "Alhamdulillahi", from the album Explorer Series: Africa-Burkina Faso – Rhythms of the Grasslands.

Personnel

Credits are adapted from AllMusic.[90]

  • Alejandro Baima – mixing assistant
  • Mark Cargill – soloist, violin
  • Jimmy Douglass – mixing
  • Reggie Dozier – horn engineer, string engineer
  • Jason Evans – creative director
  • James Fauntleroy – songwriter
  • Tom Ford – wardrobe
  • Chris Godbey – engineer, mixing
  • Jerome "J-Roc" Harmon – keyboards, vocal arrangement, vocal producer
  • Johnny Hernandez – groomer
  • Elliott Ives – guitar, keyboards
  • Rob Knox – producer
  • Dave Kutch – mastering
  • Doug Lloyd – creative director
  • Tom Munro – photography
  • Michael Nash – stylist
  • Andre Person – A&R
  • Matt Lewis – Sheena Marie
  • The Regiment – horn
  • Terry Santiel – percussion
  • The Tennessee Kids – vocal arrangement, vocal producer
  • Timbaland – producer
  • Justin Timberlake – executive producer, guitar, mixing, primary artist, producer, vocal arrangement, vocal producer
  • Matt Weber – mixing assistant
  • Benjamin Wright – horn, strings
  • The Benjamin Wright Orchestra – strings

Charts

Certifications

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Australia (ARIA)[147] Platinum 70,000^
Canada (Music Canada)[148] 2× Platinum 160,000^
Germany (BVMI)[149] Gold 100,000^
Ireland (IRMA)[150] Gold 7,500^
New Zealand (RMNZ)[151] Gold 7,500^
Norway (IFPI Norway)[152] Gold 15,000*
Poland (ZPAV)[153] 2× Platinum 40,000*
Sweden (GLF)[154] Gold 20,000^
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)[155] Gold 15,000^
United Kingdom (BPI)[156] Platinum 369,000[157]
United States (RIAA)[158] 2× Platinum 2,579,000[159]

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

Release history

Country Date Edition(s) Label Ref.
Germany March 15, 2013
  • Standard (CD, LP)
  • deluxe (CD)
Sony [160]
France March 18, 2013 Deluxe (CD) [161]
United Kingdom
  • Standard (CD, LP)
  • deluxe (CD)
RCA [162]
Canada March 19, 2013 Deluxe (CD) Sony [163]
United States
  • Standard
  • deluxe (CD, LP)
RCA [164]
Japan March 20, 2013 Standard (CD) Sony Japan [165]
Canada April 16, 2013 Standard (LP) Sony [166]

See also

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External links

  • The 20/20 Experience at Discogs (list of releases)

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