Pop singer Justin Timberlake has moved past simply being a figure on the music charts and is now the CEO of his own record label, Tennman Records.
Timberlake, 26, has launched the new label as part of a joint deal with Interscope Records – which is an American record label and owned by Universal Music Group. The singer hasn’t provided too much information on the label or what artists have already been signed.
Timberlake has stated: “We are all excited about the talent we have to offer already on our roster and I cannot wait to introduce the world to my new discoveries.”
Timberlake’s Tennman Records is expected to announce its first artists in the upcoming weeks.
As a solo artist, Timberlake has proven to be unstoppable on the music charts with a combined worldwide sales of more than 13 million copies on his first two solo albums ‘Justified’ (which featured hit singles “Like I Love You” featuring Clipse, “Cry Me A River,” “Rock Your Body,” and “Senorita”) and ‘FutureSex/LoveSounds’ (which featured hit singles “SexyBack” featuring Timbaland, “My Love” featuring T.I., and “What Goes Around… Comes Around.”)Note the date on this article may be incorrect due to importing it from our old system.