Justin Timberlake was born on January 31, 1981, in the USA. He is a singer, songwriter, actor, and producer. Justin is mostly known for such songs as “Can’t Stop The Feeling”, “Sexybacks”, “My Love”, and “Mirrors”. He holds numerous music awards including ten Grammy Awards and seven Billboard Music Awards.
Justin Timberlake comes from a religious family. His grandfather was a Baptist priest and his father worked in a church choir. However, Justin doesn’t deem himself as very religious. Ever since he was a child, he knew he’ll become a singer. His idols were Michael Jackson and Elton John. Timberlake’s music career became in 1993 when he was accepted to the Mickey Mouse Club. He performed together with Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera. After the show was over, Justin decided to establish his own band and called it N Sync.
In 1997, N Sync released its first album which sold over 10 million copies in the USA only and over 15 million copies worldwide.
In 2002, Justin decided to start a solo career. The same year he released his first studio album Justified which brought him his first two Grammies. The album reached the 2nd spot on Billboard 200 and topped the UK Albums Chart. The LP sold over 10 million copies worldwide.