Justin Timberlake Debuts New Single ‘Selfish’ During Homecoming Show in Memphis, ‘Everything I Thought It Was’ Album to Come

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Justin Timberlake at the AMPAS 9th Annual Governors Awards, Dolby Ballroom, Hollywood, CA 11-11-17
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At a special One Night Only show in his hometown of Memphis, Justin Timberlake premiered new music for his fans. The 42-year-old singer debuted his brand-new single, “Selfish,” which he sang in front of the Tennessee crowd. With lyrics like “your lips were made for mine” and “I want every bit of you”, Justin crooned about his deep love and jealousy for his partner.

After the concert, Justin took to social media to share a brief snippet of the track and a trailer for his upcoming album, Everything I Thought I Was. The album preview video, narrated by Benicio Del Toro, has already received positive responses from fans who eagerly await its release.

Justin had first teased the album title earlier in the week with a cryptic Instagram post featuring the message EITIW. Fans quickly caught on, speculating that it referred to Everything I Thought It Was. Though disappointed at the lack of an NSYNC reunion tour, fans are excited for Justin's new music, with one even exclaiming, “IS THIS REALLY HAPPENING RIGHT NOW? I MUST BE DREAMING.”

Everything I Thought I Was will serve as a follow-up to Justin's 2018 album, Man of the Woods. Though he hasn't released a solo single since then, he collaborated with his NSYNC bandmates for the song “Better Place,” featured in the movie “Trolls Band Together.”

Overall, Justin Timberlake's fans have much to look forward to with his upcoming album, Everything I Thought I Was. With his catchy new single, “Selfish,” already making waves, it's clear that Justin still has the ability to capture hearts with his music.



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