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Justin Timberlake Debuts New Single ‘Selfish’ amidst Controversy; Announces Free Concert and Upcoming Album ‘Everything I Thought It Was’

Pop sensation Justin Timberlake has unveiled ‘Selfish,’ a brand-new single and accompanying video from his much-anticipated album, ‘Everything I Thought It Was.’ The album, Timberlake’s first in five long years, is set for a March release. This announcement comes months after Timberlake faced scrutiny for his past conduct as revealed by Britney Spears in her memoir.

Though ‘Selfish’ marks Timberlake’s first solo track in half a decade, the reception has been lukewarm, with some listeners expressing disappointment. Regardless, the announcement of the single and its accompanying video has been effective in sparking curiosity among fans and critics alike. Timberlake continues to promote his Memphis roots, with critics noting his enduring personal and musical connection to the city.

Despite controversies regarding his past actions, Timberlake seems determined to steer the conversation back to his music. His new release comes shortly after Spears’ memoir shed light on their relationship.

In other news, Timberlake has also announced a free concert at Irving Plaza later this month. Despite being free, ticket requests require a credit card validation via a temporary $1 authorization. This move is a pleasant surprise for fans, given Timberlake’s status as a former NSYNC member and global pop icon. As we await more details on his brand-new album, Timberlake is clearly not skimping on ways to engage his audience.

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