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JUL 23 2013

The Press Loves Justin Timberlake And Jay Z’s ‘Legends Of The Summer’ Tour

The press has been raving about Justin Timberlake and Jay Z’s summer tour! See what everyone has been saying below.


USA Today
“What happens when a singer with the best-selling album of this year and a rapper with the current No.1 album join forces to co-headline a North American stadium tour? The results are, as they say (wait for it), legendary.”

Rolling Stone
“At Yankee Stadium, there’s no bigger moment than when Justin – his voice nasal, as if drawn through a radio wire from the 1940s – opens his golden vocal cords and lets out "New York, New York."”

New York Times
“There was nothing small or subtle about it; this was big hip-hop meeting big pop.” “…Mr. Timberlake, from Tennessee, came across as a talented apprentice and pop sweetener.”

Billboard
“…what Timberlake displayed throughout the night was just how musical he is. His ability to deliver his soulful and grinding pop tunes as the frontman of an expert band and highlight his own musicianship, playing upright piano, keyboards and electric and acoustic guitar.”

Vibe
“Jay-Z And Justin Timberlake's Legends Of Summer Tour Is The Show Of A Generation.”

Newsday
“Maybe this really is the stuff of legends.”

“”The biggest moment of the night, though, came from the combination of Timberlake doing "Theme From 'New York, New York' " and Alicia Keys joining Jay for "Empire State of Mind," making the argument that their song will eventually join the Sinatra classic in the city's musical canon.”

Daily News
“Timberlake proved the creaminess of his tone, and the agility of his range, in hits like “My Love,” “Like I Love You,” and “Senorita.” All recalled the fluidity, sumptuousness, and romance of ‘70s soul.”

New York Post
“Jay Z and Justin Timberlake turned up the heat on an already roasting New York.”

MTV
“It was all beautiful and fitting, as a sense of togetherness washed over the crowd. The Legends of the Summer Tour brought together drastically different fans of two very different artists, who delivered one great show.”

Perez Hilton
“NYC hasn't been crushed this hard since that marshmallow man in Ghostbusters!”