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Life in the Pop Lane

Timberlake as the 'new King of Pop'? No way it's justified

By Ren ee Graham
Globe Staff / February 17, 2004

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For the cover of its 2003 year-end issue, Rolling Stone dubbed Justin Timberlake the "new King of Pop." Timberlake, the article maintained, successfully reshaped his public persona as "just a boy-band star," and, with his solo debut, "Justified," proved himself more than "just a hunky white boy emulating Michael Jackson." (Full Article: 754 Words)

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