After being a total tease releasing a series of announcements leading up to the official debut of his new music, Justin Timberlake has finally given the world what they’ve been waiting six long years to hear.
His song “Suit & Tie” featuring Jay-Z dropped yesterday and is already atop the iTunes charts. The swaggy Timbaland-produced track does exactly what Justin does every time he releases new music: challenge the norm. Give it a listen after the jump, but first, a montage of awesome moments J&J have stepped out for... in Suits & Ties:
+ Go And Brush Your Shoulders Off!
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Last fall, the President and First Lady of Fierce hosted a fundraiser for the President of the United States. They helped raise $4,000,000 for Obama’s reelection campaign -- an accomplishment more than worthy of a celebratory “Suit & Tie” shoulder brush!
+ Justin Supports Our Troops
When U.S. Marine Kelsey de Santis asked Justin to be her date to the 2011 Marine Ball in Richmond, Virginia, the singer wasted no time saying yes. He showed his support for our troops in a sexy “Suit & Tie,” probably making every other woman at the event wonder why she didn’t ask him out first.
+ Jay-Z Rocks Benefit Concert
Jay looked ultra classy in a “Suit & (Bow)Tie” at last year’s Carnegie Hall benefit concert for the United Way and his namesake Shawn Carter Scholarship Foundation. The foundation offers scholarships to “single mothers, children who attend alternative schools, students who have earned a GED, students with grade point averages of 2.0 and students who have previously been incarcerated but desire a higher educational opportunity.”
+ Justin Stands Up To Cancer
Justin recently took part in the star-studded Stand Up To Cancer telethon, which raised over $81 million for cancer treatment and research. He attended the event wearing the classic “hipster suit and tie,” otherwise known as flannel and a fedora.
Can't get enough of Justin in suits and ties? Yeh, us too. Head over to MTV Style for like a bajillion of them. And now for the “Suit & Tie” you really came here for…