All eyes are on Justin Timberlake as the megastar gears up for the September 30 release date of The 20/20 Experience - 2 of 2, the follow-up to the massively successful 20/20 Experience.
Following the release of lead single "Take Back The Night," the new track "TKO" and closing out this year's iHeartRadio music festival, JT continued his promotional tour by taking over Los Angeles' Hollywood Boulevard for his "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" outdoor concert. Timberlake stopped by Tuesday night where he performed new music and old favorites to thousands of screaming, adoring fans, who waited all day for a chance to see the singer in action.
Luckily, fans were treated again to an early peek at the new album when it started streaming in full on iTunes, and already fans, are raving about the new set of jams.
"I'm speechless. It's so amazing," said a clearly excited Katie Shade. "Justin continues to keep doing what he does best. I can't wait for it to come out completely. It's one of those albums that you can put it in your car and hit repeat. You don't need anything else on your iPod."
Robin Quintanilla, who previewed the new album for friends at work, found reactions were similarly positive. "Everyone liked it, which is something you don't always get, some people will have comments. But everyone liked it, the guys and the girls," she said.
Fans also loved the more eclectic, upbeat sound that this album features. "It's a bit more upbeat, which I liked." What Megan Zecher likes best about the album is that "It's a little bit more a wide genre of songs and music."
While fans might be disappointed with the previous seven-year delay between albums, they were clearly pleased at what Justin has to offer. "He did take a long hiatus but he did come back and I think he's come back with a whole new type of music and he's doing great," Quintanilla added.
And while Part 1 and Part 2 of the 20/20 Experience might have similar sounding titles, the albums themselves are sonically different. "It's completely different from his last one but it's like he's progressing, he's getting better and maturing in his music," Quintanilla said.