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Music Video: Tunnel Vision

Artisit: Justin Timberlake

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2013
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 6:48

  • Copyright: Justin Timberlake

Music Video For Tunnel Vision By Artist Justin Timberlake

Reviews For Tunnel Vision By Artist Justin Timberlake

  • It was good

    By Phillosiraptor
    Great, truly artistic song, with amazing dance style that matches perfectly with the songs heartbeat sound, and simple lyrics, true art, and one of the best songs on the album
  • Hags?

    By GreeneyedAngel
    Personally I am not offended by the video... I just would rather have Tunnel Vision on Shirtless Men (JT in particular) or a bunch of various men. For those of you so called reviewers with such "insight"....just because some people reviewed it & found it offensive doesn't make them Hags, obese, ugly and every other ugly word you had to find to justify your liking the video.
  • His Talent Keeps on growing

    By AshesNtears
    What a great video, I'm no model but I appreciate the concept. This music video is beautiful! Well done JT!
  • Porn as music video?

    By Sjobs3420
    Really? Porn as music video on iTunes? Am I in the right place? What is this? A music video? Or a porn film? DO NOT EVEN PREVIEW THIS.
  • One thing bothers me...

    By Kathryn 🎀
    It bothers me that these girl's are topless but JT has on his pants.
  • Good song good video

    By Diddlediddle123
    I don't get why people are so offended this is art, have you ever been to Europe? This is artistic it isn't "sexist" or "perverse" at all and there is an e next to it so if you don't want your kids watching it put on restrictions all computers have them
  • Awesome

    By Microsoftfreak01
    Love this video it is very artistic
  • Artistic freedom and expression

    By Zookeeper Sani
    The truth is I don't think this is the greatest nor worst video I have ever seen. But I have a very direct suggestion to those who are offended by the video... do not watch or buy it. To those who have kids and worry about them seeing it... take a more active role in what your kids have access to online. Plus, if they are trying to find nudity online, unfortunately they probably will find it. Let's not put the responsibility on JT.
  • When did inner beauty become nudity?

    By 60'sclassicrocklove
    Whatever happened to modesty? After watching the 30 second clip I'm not interested in the video or the song at all. I wanted to see his music come to life- I wasn't anticipating a strip club.
  • Yay Boobs

    By Taylor Made Productions
    Yay boobsss!!, grow ya hags

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