Justin Timberlake will participate in the inauguration ceremony of the new American president Joe Biden, on January 20, by interpreting his novelty Better Days in duet with Ant Clemons. The 39-year-old singer will be accompanied on stage by Demi Lovato, Jon Bon Jovi and Tom Hanks who will host this 90-minute event broadcast on the main American TV channels.
« A few months ago, during lockdown, Ant Clemons and I wrote a song together called Better Days. I actually recorded my last games on election night. The year that just ended brought a lot of frustration, pain and anger, and there were times when it was easy to feel helpless. This song is our way of doing the little we can to encourage everyone to stay upbeat and keep working for a better, more equal future. Justin Timberlake said on social media, announcing his presence at the inauguration ceremony of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.
Over the years, several renowned artists have been invited to presidential inauguration ceremonies in the United States. This is particularly the case of U2 and Beyoncé who sang at the swearing-in of Barack Obama in 2009 and 2013. Country singers Lee Greenwood and Toby Keith as well as the band 3 Doors Down were present for Donald Trump in 2017.
In addition to Better Days, Justin Timberlake offered us in 2020 several other collaborations from the original soundtrack of the film Trolls World Tour, dont The Other Side with SZA and Don’t Slack with rapper Anderson .Paak.
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