1 Song, 3 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

About five months after releasing Man of the Woods, Justin Timberlake trades his hiking boots for flip-flops and vies for some instant-song-of-the-summer consideration. The tropical ode to sweltering one-night stands was recorded in the Bahamas, and sounds like it; with the help of frequent Drake collaborators Nineteen85 and James Fauntleroy, Timberlake reportedly put the single together the week before its surprise release. The opening declaration sounds less like a suggestion than a command: “Summer. Starts. Now.”

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

About five months after releasing Man of the Woods, Justin Timberlake trades his hiking boots for flip-flops and vies for some instant-song-of-the-summer consideration. The tropical ode to sweltering one-night stands was recorded in the Bahamas, and sounds like it; with the help of frequent Drake collaborators Nineteen85 and James Fauntleroy, Timberlake reportedly put the single together the week before its surprise release. The opening declaration sounds less like a suggestion than a command: “Summer. Starts. Now.”

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

2.9 out of 5
240 Ratings

240 Ratings

Swagreninja ,

Eh

Please go back to your 20/20 era that was sooo good.

Peyt2017017 ,

No thank you.

This is awful compared to Justin’s normal music. It honestly sounds like an attempt to grab cash from the Afro-Latino-Caribbean music craze in America that was spurred by Despacito and continued through I Like It. Both are no bad songs, however this one is. It will be one of those songs that’s here and gone in three weeks time.

Yo_Boi_ ,

Stop releasing trash.

I’m a huge fan of JT. His music has been so disappointing lately. Sounds lazy. Please stop making trash.

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