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Justin Timberlake debuts two new tracks

2013-02-11 21:52
 
Los Angeles - Justin Timberlake has debuted two new songs off his upcoming album The 20/20 Experience.

The singer appeared at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday evening with his Tennessee Kids band to sing his comeback single Suit & Tie as part of the awards ceremony.

As part of his performance, Justin called rapper Jay-Z - who features on the song - out of the audience for his verse.

'Big news coming'

He then thrilled the crowd by debuting Pusher Love Girl, the next single from his upcoming third album.

However, the new material didn't stop there, as representatives on behalf of Justin had posted on his Twitter before the event:

"Big news coming out after Justin's #Grammys performance. Stay tuned or you'll miss it! #moreJT -teamJT (sic)"

Ode to Jessica Biel


Later in the evening another new song, Mirrors, appeared online and was available for download on iTunes.

The track appears to be an ode to Justin's now wife Jessica Biel, and makes reference to coming back to someone after taking a break from a relationship, as they did in 2011.

In the song, Justin sings: "It was easy coming back to you, Once I figured it out, you were right here all along. It's like you're my mirror, my mirror staring back at me, I couldn't get any bigger, With anyone else beside of me."

The 20/20 Experience is due to be released in the US on 19 March.

Listen here to Mirrors:



Listen here to Pusher Love Girl:

- BangShowBiz

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