WICKED WEDNESDAYS: Justin Timberlake Edition
In celebration of Timberweek and the official release of JT’s The 20/20 Experience, basically the album that broke his almost seven-year hiatus, we compiled the best remixes of his works–so far (because we’re dead sure gazillions of remixes will resurface as we grow older). Check out the list and see if yours got in.
Suit and Tie (TOKiMONSTA Remix)
It’s undoubtedly the most upbeat and best remix (yet) of the song. TOKiMONSTA put some chill-vibe and bass on this one.
Lovestoned (Tiesto remix)
We really loved what multi-million dollar DJ Tiesto had done on Lovestoned, as he stripped the orchestral part of the song looped it in trance goodness.
Rock Your Body (Chi Duly Remix)
Sounds like a scratched vinyl that you play all day long, because it just sounds good. Snoop Dogg’s Regulate seems to be creeping in the mix, which makes it more drool-worthy.
Suit and Tie (Four Tet remix)
Four Tet made the sexy single into a track fit for those Friday lounge nights.
SexyBack (Urban Noize Remix)
Nobody did the best remix of this track than Urban Noize, and like what we said before, mashing it up with Marvin Gaye just made it even sexier.
My Love (Diplo remix)
Diplo had mixed it up with some LCD Soundsystem sound, which, makes it an interesting piece. Definitely not for the unprepared.
What Goes Around (Comes Around) (Junkie XL remix)
Originally a melodramatic masterpiece, Junkie XL turned it into some smashing, indie-liscously sounding mix that you just wanna go round. And round. And round.
Cry Me A River (Kaytranada remix)
A supposed ode to Britney becomes a tropical, Cafe Del-Marrish minuter, thanks to Kaytranada.
Love, Sex and Magic (M Rock remix)
Not just love, sex and magic on this one, but grime, dirt, and attitude. Yum.
4 Minutes (Bob Sinclair remix)
One of the biggest collaborations that JT did in his career, Bob Sinclair adds some retro vibe on the track and turned it into a– not just 4, but almost 6–minuter in the spirit of Studio 54.
Mirrors (OVRJYD remix)
There’s just a pinch of JT-ness on this spacey, almost-ambient remix, but it’s truly worth listening to.