It’s been a big week for the talented Justin Timberlake, as his 37th birthday fell on Wednesday, January 31st, followed by the release of Man of the Woods on Friday, February 2nd – his first album since 2013. But it’s not over for JT – as he will be watched by millions when he takes center stage this Sunday for the Big Game's half-time show.
JT isn’t always found in the music studio, as he’s hosted Saturday Night Live on multiple occasions and starred as a leading actor in a number of films. But, since his roots originate with the start of *NSYNC’s career, we’re highlighting his presence in the music and radio industry, in honor of this eventful week for Justin.
Racking up Radio
Receiving 10 Grammy Awards and 9 Billboard Awards, classics such as “Can’t Stop the Feeling” and “Mirrors” have been radio favorites. At the 2014 Billboard Music Awards, not only did Justin Timberlake win Top Radio Songs Artist but he also won Top Artist, and “Mirrors” was a nominee for Top Radio Song.
In 2017, “Can’t Stop the Feeling” took home the title of Top Radio Song, as it received more radio spins than any other song on the radio that year.
The Best of the Best
Of all JT’s top hits, his top 10 best songs are listed in order according the Billboard Hot 100 lists. Which one is your favorite?
2. Can’t Stop the Feeling
3. My Love feat T.I.
5. Holy Grail (JAY-Z feat. Justin Timberlake)
6. Dead and Gone (T.I. feat. Justin Timberlake)
7. Suit & Tie (feat Jay-Z)
8. What Goes Around…Comes Around
9. 4 Minutes
10. Give It to Me (Timbaland feat. Nelly Furtado & Justin Timberlake)
For the first time in nearly five years, Justin Timberlake has finally added another album to his resume. Man of the Woods contains 16 tracks with two features: Alicia Keys and Chris Stapleton. And it dropped just in time for the Big Game!
Check out your local radio stations on NextRadio to prep for his upcoming performance as tons of stations nationwide will be hosting Justin Timberlake playlists in anticipation of his big show. If your local station doesn't have a pregame time slot filled with JT tracks, then try searching for a streaming station from around the country in NextRadio to get you fired up.