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Album: SoulMate - Single

Artist: Justin Timberlake

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2018
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2018 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For SoulMate - Single By Artist Justin Timberlake

Title Artist Time
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SoulMate Justin Timberlake 3:16 USD 1.29

Reviews For SoulMate - Single By Artist Justin Timberlake

  • Meh

    1
    By psupanda
    Sounds generic and annoying. Get back to Futuresex/Lovesounds brilliance please!
  • Where was this last January?

    5
    By Coxz11
    This should have been the debut single for MOTW.
  • No thanks

    1
    By lainey_slays21
    I don't like how he is trying to sound like every other artist on the radio nowadays. Pls go back to the unique JT
  • Repeat, Boring, Repeat, Boring...

    1
    By TX1:)
    My title pretty much says it all. Good thing his tour is awesome even with having to sit through the bad (man of the woods) songs. And now this song? Made and released within a week? He was listening to version 13 on instagram. No version of this song should have ever been released.
  • Catchy!!

    5
    By Candi_JT_Lover
    JT can do no wrong!! Love it!! JT haters in the review... geesh!!! Must be Britney fans
  • Amazing

    5
    By killthebestman
    will always be a fan of JT when he releases amazing work every album and single is great i really don’t understand the hate. most of the time people would need a few more listens to really appreciate the music.
  • This is it

    5
    By frankcarbone
    This will be a winner for JT. Welcome to summer! Way better than man of the woods....
  • $1.29 Too Much

    1
    By Manzmanftl1111
    for this song I like some of his music this is terrible
  • Still like it, but it is repetitive.

    4
    By cap06g
    Hoping for more
  • Way too repetitive 😒

    1
    By My1HeartOfMusic
    I personally don’t listen to that much JT, but this has no purpose at all! The people who like this don’t have a good taste in music. It’s way too repetitive and boring. Plus the auto-tune ruins his voice. Your trying to hard Justin. Bring back music like Can’t Stop The Feeling! Please don’t go down this path to being a hated singer who only cares about money, fame, and girls. Sorry to give a bad review but it’s true. 😕👎🏻

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