Here is the commercial for Givenchy’s new fragance “Play for her” with Justin Timberlake & Noot Sear
The play of lights is very cool. Loving the modern and sophisticated vibe attatched to it. What are your thoughts guys ?
Quentin Tarantino will head the competition jury for this year’s Venice Film Festival, which will run from September 1st to the 11th. The rumored films that are expected to compete in the festival include Machete by Robert Rodriguez, The Social Network by David Fincher, John Carpenter’s The Ward, Black Swan Darren Aronofsky, Route Irish by Ken Loach.
Even though it’s still a rumor, this proves how highly anticipated the movie is. The venice film festival is one of the biggest festivals in the world .
Thanks gkay and jtimberlake.net for the info
The 2nd group of nominees for the Teen Choice Awards was announced today. Justin Timberlake is competing for 4 awards in the following categories:
Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon—Male
Choice: Celebrity Fashion Line
Sean Jean, Sean “Diddy” Combs
Miley and Max, Miley Cyrus and Max Azria
House of Harlow, Nicole Richie
L.A.M.B., Gwen Stefani
William Rast, Justin Timberlake
Eva Longoria Parker
Choice Music: Rap/Hip-Hop Track
“Hello Good Mornin,” Diddy-Dirty Money featuring T.I.
“Find Your Love,” Drake
“Love The Way You Lie,” Eminem featuring Rihanna
“Wavin’ Flag,” K’naan
“Carry Out,” Timbaland featuring Justin Timberlake
You must be between the ages of 13 and 19 to vote. You are able to vote once per category per day until August 6.
The Teen Choice Awards will air August 9 on Fox and will be hosted by Katy Perry.
(Remember you can vote everyday!!)
Tomorrow MTV will be airing a special in celebration of Freesol’s recently released mixtape RockNRolla.
Check out below a sneak peek video of Justin Timberlake introducing the band:
Is it me or Justin looks kinda like a rockstar here ?
We usually like to put our Fire Starter out a little later in the week, but this is a special edition. We have Justin Timberlake giving a major co-sign to a new mixtape. You’ve seen JT present artists from his burgeoning Tennman Records, such as Esmee Denters and Matt Morris. Next up under the Grammy winner’s wing are FreeSol, a group from his hometown of Memphis that fuses rock, hip-hop and a little R&B.
“They’re rock stars,” Justin said of the group at February’s William Rast fashion show in New York, where they also performed. “It’s nice to work them organically and not feel like, ‘Hey, you gotta listen to this band!’ I’m trying to find cool ways to implement them into the culture of what it is we already do.”
“It’s like a school, it’s like a classroom,” frontman Free said earlier this year of working with Timberlake. “He’s a genius. A lot of people think he’s [just] that dude from ‘NSYNC, but really, he’s a baby Quincy [Jones]. We learn a lot.”
Along with Free, the group consists of Premo D’Anger on keys and bass, “Kickman” Teddy on the drums and guitarist Elliott Ives. The collective has already recorded more than 100 songs for their debut album — some of them with Timberlake — and they just dropped their mixtape, RockNRolla, with DJ Benzi.
“The mixtape was an idea to paint a picture of what we’re trying to do,” Free said. “A lot of people, whenever they describe us, they say ‘rock/rap.’ So immediately you may think of Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Linkin Park, something you’ve heard before. I think that what we do is something extremely different, original. I think the mixtape was an idea to kind of create the picture of what we’re trying to do. We took a lot of older [songs], whether it be AC/DC or Smashing Pumpkins, and make them our own. Live bands, live musicians. We approached the mixtape concept through the eyes of a band.”
“I got a call from Free saying, ‘Let’s do this mixtape,’ ” Ives recalled. ” ‘Can you take some samples of some rock stuff that you’re a fan of and dice them up? Make some beats and let’s make some songs. We’re gonna call it RockNRolla.’ ”
Teddy said the most liberating thing about the project is that the group worked on its own. “Having a free will of our own to do it, without working with any producers,” he described. “Not having somebody be like, ‘Do it this way’ or ‘Do it that way.’ Taking everything we’ve learned up to this point and say, ‘Look at us and what we have to offer. We can do this on our own,’ and put it out there and be like, ‘What you think about it?’ ”
With talent like FreeSol on his roster, Timberlake hasn’t been rushing back into the solo spotlight, instead overseeing the production of his acts’ debut albums.
“Right now, I’m enjoying working with new artists,” Timberlake told MTV News earlier this year.
E! news did a Cameron Diaz special featuring a segment about her relationship/breakup and recent work with Justin Timberlake. Check out the video below:
Thanks Dean for the video =)
Memphis hip-hop group FreeSol, which is signed to Justin Timberlake’s label Tennman Records” has hooked up with DJBooth.net to drop RockNRolla, a street album on which the live-band ensemble puts their spin on a variety of rock classics.
Hosted and presented by DJ Benzi, the 17-track project finds rapper Free, keyboardist Premo D’anger, drummer Kickman Teddy and vocalist/guitarist Elliot flipping memorable tracks by Smashing Pumpkins (“RockNRolla”), The Doors (“Before You Slip”), and many more.
Throughout RockNRolla, FreeSol are joined by such heavyweight collaborators as Three 6 Mafia, 8Ball, Kyle Lucas and Adam Tensta. Guest production comes courtesy of Multiman [for MMG] and Tabu [for SMG].
Also check out this report from Sulaiman:
My man Nick from C3 hit me up last November to tell me about a new group he was repping called FreeSol that had just gotten signed to the roster of Justin Timberlake’s new label, Tennman/Interscope. They were putting together their mixtape and wanted me to jump on for a feature, and once I heard their music I was down for the move.
What resulted was “What’s Going On”, a dope ode to current events, very similar to what Marvin was talking about back in the day. The project is dope as hell and DJ Benzi did his thing, along with all the other features (MoneyPenny, Three 6 Mafia, Outasight, 8Ball, Kyle Lucas, Skewby, 33hz, Jackie Chain, Adam Tensta, and Justin Timberlake). Go download it now! The mixtape will also be the mixtape Monday feature on MTV and MTV.com with Justin Timberlake…big things
Over Memorial Day weekend, Viva International Group and their newest brand, WilliamRast participated in “the greatest spectale in racing” with their extended sponsorship of the William Rast Racing/Bryan Herta Autosport Team. Vision Monday was on the scene for the entire weekend with exclusive coverage live from the event.
During the 94th running of the Indy 500, Viva’s sponsorship included the William Rast Eyewear logo emblazoned across the nose of the William Rast car #29 along with the pit crew wearing the first ever limited edition William Rast Racing Eyewear sunglasses. The then 19-years old rookie, and rising Colombian racing star, Sebatian Saavedra (who turned 20 on June 2) drove the #29 William Rast car on race day and proclaimed himslef a huge fan of Viva’s William Rast Racinf styles.
“Sebastian was the guy we wanted to build this program around” Here’s a young, cool, edgy guy and we needed a brand that could capitalize on this, a brand that is going to give us legitimacy and that other companies and brands are going to want to be associated with” said Bryan Herta, co-owner of Bryan Herta Autosport.
“When we found out that Viva wanted to launch the eyewear here it was just so perfecr”. We’re launching the IndyCar team, we’re launching Sebastian’s IndyCar career and its the biggest motor race in the world”. I think we’re bringing something new to this paddocl, we’re bringing a new approach and a new energy to the IndyCar Series. It’s been a lot of fun and we are just so lucky to have William Rast and all these great partners with us”, Herta said.
Colin Dyne, CEO of William Rast added “I thought this would be a great match for us and to use this as the platform for William Rast and all the brand extensions we’re going to be doing from denim, to eyewear, to footwear. Sebastian is a perfect fit for the William Rast brand, and is an ideal ambassador for the William Rast Racing Eyewear collection. And this is just the beginning”.
William Rast, the “Ne America” denim culture founded by Trace Ayala and Justin Timberlake , will debut their full collection of sunwear with Viva in January 2011, with eyewear to follow in March 2011.
source: Vision Monday Facebook
Here is another hilarious 3D Sony commercial with Peyton and Justin Timberlake:
Would be awesome to have one of these TVs at home. Imagine watching a Justin music video or concert in 3D. That would kick ass!!!
What do you think caused the disappearance of boy bands?
AM: There was this huge pop explosion in the late 90s, early 2000, and it was overwhelming for everyone. There was us, there was *NSYNC, 98 Degrees, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera. It went on as long as it could and then some of the groups just didn’t want to do it anymore. Some of them didn’t have the success that they used to, so they just gave up. And then there were groups like *NSYNC who had members leave who did equally as well if not better on their own. I think [Justin Timberlake] is much better on his own. I think he was really good as part of a group, but I think certain people in groups just stick out more than others. We have always said we would never hold each other back. I just released my very first solo record in all of Asia and it’s about to hit the States, Europe and Canada at the end of the year.
For old times’ sake, who is your favorite *NSYNC member and song?
AM: It’s going to be a tie because I’m actually really good friends with JC [Chasez] and Justin. JC and I have worked on quite a few songs together for my solo record and the Backstreet Boys record. As far as songs go — “Gone.” It’s just a great, well-rounded, well-crafted record. It’s one of those records I actually wish we had.
Do you guys ever get together and have boy band reminiscing parties?
AM: If I’m in the studio with JC, we’ll start talking, and it’ll spark a whole conversation about when we were all on tour together. “Remember that place…remember that girl… remember that party… remember that show.” If we wrote a book together, good God, it’d be bigger than War and Peace.