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Like I Love You
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
Debut solo single, 'Like I Love You'. Lifted from his album, Justified, the single (produced by the Neptunes) includes 4 tracks, 'Like I Love You' (Album Version), 'Like I Love You' (Instrumental), 'Like I Love You' (Exten... more »
Debut solo single, 'Like I Love You'. Lifted from his album, Justified, the single (produced by the Neptunes) includes 4 tracks, 'Like I Love You' (Album Version), 'Like I Love You' (Instrumental), 'Like I Love You' (Extended Club Mix I) & 'Like I Love Y
Song of the Year
Huy Pham | Los Angeles, CA | 10/16/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Man, I've never been a fan of the NSync brand of music but I always thought Justin Timberlake had a vision for the group and himself. He absolutely showcases his talent in what I think is the song of the year. The Neptunes laced the beats but Justin's vocal transcend the track from being ordinary. Based on this single, this album could be the best we've seen in years."
email@example.com | 01/11/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"THIS CD IS GREAT. I have to say. I love the song. Its just the instrumentals and remixes arent the way to release your first single. #1. LIKE I LOVE YOU ~ ALBUM VERSION 4.5/5 A really good first solo effort.#2. LIKE I LOVE YOU ~ INSTRUMENTAL 2.5/5 Who really listens to these?#3. LIKE I LOVE YOU ~ EXTENDED REMIX I 4/5 Pretty good, just not as good as II.#4. LIKE I LOVE YOU ~ EXTENDED REMIX II 4.5/5 Really good. Not much different from I but its different.I hope you buy "CRY ME A RIVER" because its a lot better than the remixes on this single."
JUSTIN IS JUSTIFIED IN HIS SINGLE SOLO CAREER.
G. McDermott | Palm Springs | 11/11/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Justin Timberlake since his days on the Mickey Mouse Club has star written all over it.His voice is smooth as butter when it comes to R & B, his looks can't get any better, and he can dance as good as Jackson or Pharrell.The first single "Like I Love You" is a raw R&B song that brings me back to the mid late 70s with voices like Barry White and Issac Hayes. When he raises that voice a few times with "I Just Wanna Love You Babe", Justin shows he can sing with the big leaguers. The song is solid through and through from beginning to end. Well produced, with just enough rap that it breaks the song perfectly, and not get bored by the rap.For the video, this video goes all the way showing Justins talents as a dancer, and pushes the sex appeal envelope to the edge, giving him this boyish-man appeal the girls all go ga-ga over.Justin can definitely go on his own now, and not get lost in N Sync, who I always thought was the main focal point of N Sync. The rest of the guys are very talented, but Justin has this little thing called STAR POWER."