Justin Timberlake may have earned seven Grammy nominations, but he still has reason to cry himself a river: The pop star was shut out of the top Grammy categories — album, song and record of the year — though his comeback effort, "The 20/20 Experience," is 2013's best-selling release.
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The anticipation that surrounded Justin Timberlake's return to music was intense. It took seven years for him to follow-up the Grammy-winning masterpiece that was "FutureSex/LoveSounds," and when he did in March with "The 20/20 Experience," the pop prince helped fill a void in our musical li…
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