Justin Timberlake premieres new music on SNL, announces new tour

Justin Timberlake premieres new music on SNL, announces new tour

Over the weekend, Justin Timberlake performed two new songs from his upcoming album “Saturday Night Live”.

The singer made her seventh solo performance on the long-running NBC sketch comedy show on Jan. 27. Billboard calls the opening tune, “Sanctified,” “gospel-flavored,” featuring Houston rapper Tobe Nwigwe. The second song, “Selfish,” will be on JT's sixth solo album, “Everything I Thought It Was.” Album release is March 15.

Justin told Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1 that his “incredibly honest” upcoming album has 100 tracks.

“I worked for a long time on this album and I ended up with 100 songs,” Timberlake told the radio presenter, People reported. “So narrowing them to 18 was a thing.”
Timberlake said, “I think every artist probably says this, but it is my best work.”

The pop artist will begin her 22-city The Forget Tomorrow World Tour at Rogers Arena in Vancouver on April 29. The tour will stop in Seattle, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago, and New York. Yahoo reports that the tour will end in July at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky, after touring Europe and the U.K.

General public tickets go on sale Friday, Feb. 2, at 10 a.m. local time at justintimberlake.com after a presale.

The full Timberlake Forget Tomorrow World Tour schedule is below:

  • Monday, April 29 – Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC
  • Thursday, May 2 – Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, Washington
  • Monday, May 6 – SAP Center at San Jose in San Jose, California
  • Friday, May 10 – T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas
  • Tuesday, May 14 – Pechanga Arena San Diego in San Diego, California
  • Friday, May 17 – Kia Forum in Inglewood, California
  • Tuesday, May 21 – Footprint Center in Phoenix
  • Wednesday, May 29 – Frost Bank Center in San Antonio, Texas
  • Friday, May 31 – Moody Center in Austin, Texas
  • Tuesday, June 4 – Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas
  • Thursday, June 6 – BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • Monday, June 10 – State Farm Arena in Atlanta
  • Wednesday, June 12 – PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Friday, June 14 – Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida
  • Saturday, June 15 – Kaseya Center in Miami
  • Friday, June 21 – United Center in Chicago
  • Tuesday, June 25 – Madison Square Garden in New York
  • Saturday, June 29 – TD Garden in Boston
  • Wednesday, July 3 – CFG Bank Arena in Baltimore
  • Thursday, July 4 – Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey, Pennsylvania
  • Sunday, July 7 – Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio
  • Tuesday, July 9 – Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky
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