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    Интервью с Джастином на инглише, январь 2003

    Интервью
    Interview w/Justin
    Source: Interview Magazine
    Written by: REBECCA WALLWORK

    Ever since unveiling his soloness at last уearТs MTV Video Music Awards, Justin Timberlake has been feeling the liberating rush of coming of age. He has shaken off the boy band shackles, weathered the рublicТs thirst for details of his Britney breakup, and steered his solo debut, Justified (Jive), to BillboardТs dizziest heights. As one-fifth of the record-breaking СNsуnc he knows the place well, but after spending half his life in the spotlight (he started out as an 11-year-old contestant on Star Search), Timberlake is finding that his defining moment comes as he enters his 22nd year- on terms entirely his own.

    REBECCA WALLWORK: You worked with some great producers on this record-the Neptunes, Timbaland-but you co-wrote every track. I get the sense that you were the one in the studio waving the wand.

    JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE: Yeah. To make an album, it takes both those personalities: somebody whoТs dictating what they definitely want and somebody to be the coach, who can sit on the sidelines and say, УYeah, I think thatТs it.Ф But I donТt want to cash in on the fact that I got to work with the hottest producers. I think that music is an experience, and people should experience it on their own. You know, if I had gotten so hyped up about the second Coldplay album, I probably wouldnТt have liked it as much as I do.

    RW: So it was a discovery for you?

    JT: Yeah! And, man, Parachutes, the first one, knocked me off my feet too.

    RW: Do you find it inspiring or daunting when you hear such good stuff from other people?

    JT: Oh, itТs completely inspiring. IТm a mutt as far as music is concerned, because I listen to everything. I think Jive should hire me as A&R.

    RW: Now, if you become a huge solo star in your own right, can we expect to see a Justin Timberlake empire? Would you have your own sweats, or maybe a fragrance, like J.Lo?

    JT: [laughs] I donТt know. I think my style is kind of a cross between a skater hippie and an R&B singer. If there were something that I was going to endorse, it would probably be something like sneakers. Something that would be me.

    RW: You could make porn, like Snoop.

    JT: No, I donТt think that would work! [both laugh] But thanks for the suggestion. IТll think about it!

    RW: A lot of people say Justin [Guarini] from American Idol is a dead ringer for you. Have you met him?

    JT: No. But I met Kelly Clarkson the other day. I hope something incredible comes out of it for these kids, but I think thereТs something satanic about that show, as if theyТre herding them like cattle: УYou will sing what we tell you to sing.Ф

    RW: So even though СNsync got a similar start, you wouldnТt recommend it?

    JT: Oh, hell now. Hell to the no. We went through all that bullsh** with [boy band impresario] Lou Pearlman. WeТve been in that situation where youТre just so happy to be doing what you love to do that you get taken advantage of.

    RW: What do you think it was about СNsync-and yourself-that ensured you would still be around five years later?

    JT: I just think that everything we did was genuine. When we first got into this, obviously I wasnТt a songwriter. But I knew that I wanted to learn it. I didnТt let anybody tell me that I couldnТt. And now, I think I gave myself [on the record].

    RW: What did you get out of it personally?

    JT: Well, I was dealing with so many things in my personal life at the time. Making this was almost like therapy. You know, I have a little anxiety about doing this on my own, a little bit of a broke heart. Half of this album is autobiographical and the other half is a fantasy.

    RW: So was there any trepidation in putting something personal out there?

    JT: No. When IТm in the studio, there are no boundaries. You know, when уouТre writing the song, itТs about what goes from the first bar to the last. ItТs not about УOh, am I going to hurt somebodуТs feelings?Ф Right there уouТve killed the whole thing thatТs special about writing.

    RW: One last question. EverуoneТs still talking about the biggest couple in pop-

    JT:- WhoТs that? WhoТs the biggest couple in pop? I have no idea who уouТre talking about.

    RW: Nelly and Kelly Rowland, of course.

    JT: [laughs] Oh! Okay. You can tell IТve been asked that question before, huh?

    RW: Well, I was trying a new spin on it.

    JT: Yeah, but if I say something to you about any of it, and you write it, then everyone is going to hold you to that. ThatТs crazy. Gossip is called gossip because itТs not always the truth.
     
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