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Tyler The Creator, has expressed his appreciation of Justin Timberlake’s first album Justified to mark the album’s 20th anniversary.

The day before (November 10, 2010), Tyler took to Twitter to say the fact that Timberlake’s debut album is among his top albums ever because of its ingenuous music and production.

“Started a long write up about it but didnt finish it,” Tyler wrote. “JUSTIFIED that I turned 20 in the year 2000. one of my favorite albums. SENORITA bridge and the structure of nothing else and the final minute of the album LAST NIGHT. A very special album. Christmas 2002 was among the best moments of my life. 20 years !”

See Tyler’s tweets below:

The album was released 5 November 2002. The album was the first album by Timberlake since he left the mega-successful boy group NSYNC and launching his own music career. R&B performer.

The album’s opening track “Like I Love You” featuring The Clipse peaked at No.11 on the US Billboard Hot 100, and the follow-up songs “Cry Me a River” recorded by Timbaland as well as “Rock Your Body” produced by Pharell achieving the Top Five on the chart.

debuting in No.2 in the US Billboard 200, with 439,000 copies sold during the debut week. It was subsequently certified three times platinum in the hands of Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and then sold more than 10 million copies around the world.

Apart from honoring Justified, Tyler, The Creator might be considering recording a collaborative album along with Freddie Gibbs. In an appearance on Rap Caviar, Gibbs, who released the latest upgraded version of the $oul $old separately, expressed his excitement about the possibility of working on a project together with Tyler.


“We can do it Tyler,” Freddie Gibbs said in his voice, by repeating his name. “I’mma contact his mommy and ask her to make it happen. She’ll get him to do it .”


While they’ve not committed to creating anything, Gibbs holds Tyler in the highest regard for his confidence in his work as an artist.

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“I love Tyler man, he’s such a fuckin’ weirdo,” Gibbs declared in his Rap Caviar clip. “It’s like, how could you not be in love with a man with such a personality? He’s like a brother to me. But I admire him as well. Since I observe his actions and I’m like, “What is that?’ incredible, he doesn’t have any fears !”

In the realm of acting things the news was that Tyler will play the character as Jesus in the upcoming season of Big Mouth on Netflix. Big Mouth.

The show is returning for it’s sixth year, the popular animated series announced that Tyler was joining the cast by offering a prayer in tweet. “In the name of the father, the son, and Tyler, the Creator plays Jesus in Season 6,” the show tweeted.