Justin Timberlake apologized for his clumsy steps of “Beat Ya Feet” during his presentation at the festival “Something In The Water“, in Pharrell, go viral on social media. The video shows the singer screaming “DC, tap your feet“, before starting the dance style.
After being criticized by netizens, Justin apologized for his performance. “DC, I want to apologize to you for two reasons: here and here” he said pointing to his feet. “I had a long conversation with them both individually.”, he joked. “And I said ‘Don’t ever do that to me again‘”.
america tried to ruin Janet Jackson for this man pic.twitter.com/OnN5HHFrze
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The singer promised to focus and do better next time. “I will compensate“, said the musician.
Justin says he’s going to make it up to us (DC) for his technical errors when beating his feet at SITW 😊 pic.twitter.com/NlJEjcdvNn
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Hipgnosis acquires 100% of Justin Timberlake’s music catalog
The music catalog market continues to involve significant negotiations in the music industry. the investment company Hipgnosis Song Management made another big move, this time, it acquired 100% of the entire music catalogincluding copyright, property and financial interests involving the singer’s copyright participation Justin Timberlake.
Justin Timberlake said: “I’m excited to partner with Merck and Hipgnosis – he values artists and their creative work and has always been a strong supporter of songwriters and storytellers. I look forward to getting into this next chapter.”
According to Music Week, the sale to Hipgnosis also includes worldwide management rights to the compositions, subject to the remaining term of Universal Music’s management rights expiring in 2025.