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Justin Timberlake Sets Date for '20/20 Experience' Sequel

Album due to hit streets September 30th

May 5, 2013 4:55 PM ET
Justin Timberlake Sets Date for '20/20 Experience' Sequel
Justin Timberlake Sets Date for '20/20 Experience' Sequel
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Justin Timberlake has revealed the release date for the sequel to his current comeback album, The 20/20 Experience. The new album will hit the streets on September 30th, according to a handwritten note the singer posted to his Instagram account.

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The 20/20 Experience, Timberlake's first album in seven years, grabbed the Number One spot on the charts with just under a million copies sold (968,000) in its debut week in March. At a release party in L.A. that month, he confirmed the second album after Questlove dropped the news online. "I need to clear up a rumor," Timberlake said at the event. "Those rumors are true."

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