Yesterday Justin Timberlake unveiled his new Myspace page to coincide with the release of his new single “Suit and Tie,” and he plans on bringing the new Myspace back the same way he brought “SexyBack.”
Timberlake is not just another pretty face, but an investor in Myspace when, in 2011, the then 29 year old pop-star invested an undisclosed amount of money into the flagging social site.
So what does someone who brought “SexyBack” do to reimagine a social site like Myspace? Well, you dress it in a suit and tie and introduce your latest single “Suit and Tie.”
Going to the new Myspace you are now presented with Timberlake dressed in a suit and tie, announcing the release of his latest single to, the soon to be released, album The 20/20 Experience.
The site has been completely revamped and is back to being focused on artists and sharing their music with fans. By placing Timberlake’s new single front and center, Myspace is sending a clear message to artists and fans alike. They’re back to help artists share their music, and fans to stay in touch with their favorite artists.