Timbaland and Justin Timberlake Named Dual Curators for ESPN

Timbaland and Justin Timberlake Named Dual Curators for ESPN

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Timbaland and Justin Timberlake made history as the first-ever dual curators for ESPN’s 2023 season of Monday Night Football.

ESPN recently announced their collaboration, with Timbaland and  Justin Timberlake. Together, they will curate music tracks of their choice for seven weeks throughout the Monday Night Football season.

However the partnership between ESPN and the duo, will be highlighted through promotional spots, pre-game shows, and live broadcasts.

On the other hand, the senior director of sports marketing for ESPN, Curtis Friends expressed enthusiasm for the collaboration. He said…

“Football and music go hand-in-hand, like the iconic Timbaland and Justin Timberlake duo, who collaborate on music to near perfection”.

Also, in a major musical event, Timbaland, JT and Nelly Furtado are set to release a song titled “Keep Going Up”.

The song would serve as the soundtrack for Monday Night Football’s week one. And it would be for the heavyweight AFC East match-up between the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills on September 1.

While the collaboration marks the reunion of Timbaland’s Beatclub and their team of A&Rs, who will assist in the music curation process.

The song has occupied the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks. And it was featured on Timbaland’s album “Shock Value.”

Moreover, the partnership between Timbaland and Justin Timberlake has excited fans, especially after Timbaland’s July teaser of collaborating with Nelly Furtado.

Fans have a very high anticipation for their musical synergy are looking forward to enjoying their tracks.