Drake Justin Timberlake Remix
When “Suit & Tie” dropped on Sunday night, the social media peanut gallery on Twitter immediately threw Drake in the conversation. He’s been appearing on several tracks by Future, as well as spit a show-stealing verse on Lil Reese’s “Us.” Also, Drizzy versatility simply can’t be ignored, as he can assist Justin in the melody like on Rihanna’s “What’s My Name?” or Alicia Keys’ “Untouchable (Remix).” JT, Hov and Champagne Papi all on one track? It’ll definitely make the ladies melt.
Fabolous Justin Timberlake Remix
Although Fabolous has been sparsely releasing new solo material, he’s on top of his guest appearances. Loso always manages to hold his own on a variety of street bangers and pop songs. We think that Fab would return to his signature sound on the remix, dishing on his love interests with his masterful punchlines.
Future Justin Timberlake Remix
Future Hendrix is turning into the mastermind of singing and rapping at the same time. His Auto-Tune-tinged falsetto has gotten the attention of hip-hop’s heavyweights and landed him a major collaboration with pop star Rihanna on “Loveeeeee Song.” We expect if Future did remix Justin’s new single, the pair trading chords back and forth would definitely please the ladies. Remember JT on T-Pain’s “Can’t Believe It (Remix)”? Fire.
kanye Justin Timberlake Remix
The last time we’ve heard Kanye West on a remix was Rihanna’s “Diamonds.” Since then, the Louie Vuitton Don has been relatively quiet on the music side, most likely occupied with his upcoming fatherhood duties. But let’s not forget that Hov and ‘Ye created one of the most extravagant albums, Watch The Throne. A reunion by The Throne could take “Suit & Tie” to an entirely new level and make JT’s return that much better.
kendrick lamar Justin Timberlake Remix
TDE’s poster child has had an incredible run last year with his album, good kid, m.A.A.d city. However when it comes to remixes, K.Dot has been reserved with his sixteens. That doesn’t mean he couldn’t come correct on the track as shown in Ab-Soul’s “Black Lip Bastard (Remix).” We think Kendrick would do JT’s sleek single justice with a thrilling verse. After all, a taste of Kendrick through his brilliant storytelling could bring a young guy’s perspective to the song’s grown man talk.
pharrell Justin Timberlake Remix
Rocky’s “Pretty Flacko (Remix).” In the past, Pharrell has assisted Justin in accentuating his dance grooves on contemporary hip-hop beats. He has also worked with Jay-Z on singles like “I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me),” “Beautiful” and “Excuse Me Miss.” While Timbaland has brought an old-school vibe with “Suit & Tie,” we are interested to hear how Pharrell would approach it. Throwback smooth synth stylings and a fresh verse by P would make longtime fans thankful.
pusha t Justin Timberlake Remix
JT and Clipse (which includes Pusha T) have worked together on a big record back in 2002 for Justified. The Neptunes were responsible for “Like I Love You,” which helped both artists get looks across their respective genres. Nowadays, King Push has taken a solo route, having solid rap contributions on tracks from Kanye West to an assortment of up-and-coming artists. If Pusha jumped on the single, there’s no question he’ll deliver some brash bars on Timbaland’s production as always.
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T.I. Justin Timberlake Remix
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twista Justin Timberlake Remix
Twista is widely considered a legend in the game. The Chi-Town spitter has had a history of songs that cater to a female audience. Whether it’s “Wetter” or his outstanding performance on Kanye West’s “Slow Jamz,” these are constant reminders of why a remix by him would be so essential. Imagine when Timbaland’s beat dips to set up for Hov, and then Twista comes in with his classic cleverness and unique wordplay. It would not only show JT’s edgier side but Twista would get some love. Let’s be real—he’s one of many underappreciated rappers out today.