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Cry Me A River

Cry Me A River

  

by Justin Timberlake

Albums

Justified, 2002

This was JT’s debut solo album, and it gave him two hit singles that nonetheless fell short of #1 hits. Still, it’s a solid pop album that marked his true transition from child star to adult superstar.

FutureSex/LoveSounds, 2006

Questionable though the album title might be, “Sexyback” really did make a lot of people feel like sexy was coming back, imminently, in the form of Justin Timberlake.

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