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Album: Suit & Tie featuring JAY Z (Radio Edit) - Single

Artist: Justin Timberlake

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2013
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2013 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For Suit & Tie featuring JAY Z (Radio Edit) - Single By Artist Justin Timberlake

Title Artist Time
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Suit & Tie featuring JAY Z (Ra Justin Timberlake 4:28 USD 1.29

Reviews For Suit & Tie featuring JAY Z (Radio Edit) - Single By Artist Justin Timberlake

  • Awesome sauce!!!!

    5
    By Bob Alena
    I love this song SOOOO much it's my fav song. If I had money I would so buy it in a heart beet. Who ever doesn't like this song is gonna be hearing from me.... Justin your awesome!!!!!! Great song! No I take that back awesomely awesome SONG!!!!!!
  • Better!

    5
    By Carissa G
    Love this version Thanx iTunes for the radio version :D
  • Best Song!

    5
    By B.Malcom
    I really love this song. One of my favorites by Justin. Anyone who doesn't like this song, must be CRAZY! It's amazingly amazing!
  • Suit & Tie

    5
    By MrsFlo#1
    Justin has so much soul, he is a great entertainer. He is very good looking! Love, love this song can't wait for his album.
  • Need a Clean Version

    1
    By London1220
    I was trying to download some music that would be suitable for children and I gave this a listen (1 min preview), thought it would be okay. I WAS WRONG! I don't want young kids hearing the world sex. If it was just for me, I would be fine with that. BUT I AM NOT OKAY DOWNLOADING MUSIC I"M NOT COMFORTABLE LETTING MY LITTLE BROTHER LISTEN TO!
  • Love it!!

    5
    By 1sunnygirl
    Love the sound and the style! Welcome back...
  • Annoying but......

    5
    By chambo398
    The song really gets to you so that you like it and now I love it!
  • Get out ya seat, Hov. We insist.

    4
    By jahndiiz
    For reference, this "radio edit" skips the slow-drawl intro and goes straight to the verse. It shaves off a few more seconds towards the end with a fade out. As for the track itself, an absolute classic performance by JT and trademark Timbaland production, while Jay-Z's verse leaves a lot to be desired. It's composed like an outtake with almost no memorable lines and a cringeworthy clichéd ending ("they ain't lose a daughter, got a son"). With a bit more effort, this track as a whole could've easily been 5 stars.
  • Bad

    1
    By CraigFamBam
    So bad it's....bad!
  • WILL SINK IN

    4
    By Kportal M
    i've read about some skepticism about this song and I understood that feeling when I first heard it…this song will grow on you and will eventually sink in (its one of those songs music lovers)…it has justin timberlake-timbaland written all over it! Can't wait for March 19! =)

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