Justin Timberlake launches new single “Mirrors” after Grammys 2013 performance (VIDEO)

Justin Timberlake released the new single “Mirrors” from his upcoming new album “The 20/20 Project” after performing at the Grammys 2013. The sound of this new song seem much like his Timbaland era music e.g. “My Love”

Justin Timberlake launches new single “Mirrors” after Grammys 2013 performance (VIDEO)-global-annal

Timberlake apart from revealing “Mirrors” has also revealed “Suit and Tie”. In his Grammys 2013 performance also the singer revealed two songs from, The 20/20 Project, “Pusher Lover Girl” and “That Girl”.

Source: Huffington Post

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One thought on “Justin Timberlake launches new single “Mirrors” after Grammys 2013 performance (VIDEO)

  1. Yes, Mirrors reminds me a lot of My love. I thought after so many years of music, Justin would come back with new material and reinvent himself. But maybe it’s better that he’s sticking to what he can do best. Don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against that song. But it sounds similar to what he has done before.

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