UPDATE: You can now stream the whole album in all its glory on iTunes! It has tracks with names like "Pusher Love Girl" and "Let The Groove Get In," so you should probably go download it right now and listen to it for several hours. Plus, Mr. T just announced the dates of his upcoming Legends of the Summer Stadium Tour (tickets on sale March 12): July 17: Toronto, ON at Rogers Centre
July 19: New York, NY at Yankee Stadium
July 22: Chicago, IL at Soldier Field
July 26: San Francisco, CA at Candlestick Park
July 28: Los Angeles, CA at Rose Bowl
July 31: Vancouver, BC at BC Place Stadium
August 4: Hershey, PA at Hershey Stadium
August 6: Detroit, MI at Ford Field
August 8: Baltimore, MD at M&T Bank Stadium
August 10: Boston, MA at Fenway Park
August 11: Boston, MA at Fenway Park
August 13: Philadelphia, PA at Citizens Bank Park
August 16: Miami, FL at Sun Life Stadium
Do you see what we see? Yep, it's Justin Timberlake's newest album cover, which he debuted to loyal Twitter followers via Stipple last night. Naturally, we went into full-on Law & Order mode, trying to decode the meaning behind his shoot with famed photog Tom Munro. Is the optometrist visit a cheeky nod to his veteran status in the the biz? It's been nearly 20 years, after all, if you count Mickey Mouse Club days! But, after some serious digging that would make Detective Olivia Benson proud, we discovered that the album art and title reference have a more sentimental meaning.
It turns out one of Timberlake's BFFs referred to The 20/20 Experience as "music you can see." Whether or not JT's come down with synesthesia is up for debate, but one thing's for certain: All eyes (and ears!) are on the former boy-band member and his future suit-and-tie trysts. And, honestly, we're just happy to take in the view, especially when he's outfitted in Tom Ford.
Photo: Courtesy of RCA Records