The electrifying FutureSex/LoveShow finds Justin Timberlake putting on a typically stunning set before a sold-out crowd at New York's Madison Square Garden. Fans looking for pulse-pounding ... See full summary »
Filmmaker Francis Lawrence directed the music video for "Cry Me a River" in Malibu, California. In the controversial video, Timberlake's character invades the home of his ex-lover and films... See full summary »
Released in May 2008, the video was directed by music video director Melina Matsoukas, and is based on the thematic content of the song of being in a party. The video begins with Gaga ... See full summary »
The fourth full-length release for the singer/producer was co-produced with Jeff Bhasker and features guest appearances from such artists as Bruno Mars, Mystikal, Tame Impala's Kevin Parker... See full summary »
Donning various outfits, Britney assumes fantasy roles, from sexy air hostess to dangerously bad girls that go progressively darker and darker. All to show how lethal yet irresistibly alluring she can be.
"Lose Yourself" - the song of rapper Eminem, recorded by him in 2002. The song was released on the collection 8 Mile (OST) in 2002 as the soundtrack to the film 8 Mile, in which the rapper ... See full summary »
Timberlake's love interest in the video is played by Elvis Presley's granddaughter Riley Keough, with the video lasting for 7 minutes. The video was written by Timberlake and director Ryan Reichenfeld, and it splices scenes from a cushy loft, where Timberlake and Keough engage in various adult activities and a not-too-distant future where the singer is roped behind a moving truck driven on a dusty road by his lady. In another scene, Keough delivers a cast-iron skillet to Timberlake's cranium. Through it all, Timberlake keeps his chin up and continues to sing even while being dragged to his death.Written by