Justin Timberlake collaborated with Ant Clemons to disclose their brand-new partnership ‘Better Days.’ This new track of both made as “reassurance to anyone that needs to hear it.” The theme and the concept of the song are based on what has happened to all of us in the year 2020. A year full of darkness, a year when many powers collapsed, and a year when many struggled to bring food to their table.
The song written by Mr. Timberlake and Clemons brings up the buoyancy and hope that is needed to end 2020. This song was written as a response to exasperation, irritation, and provocations onset by the pandemic started in 2019. Justin Timberlake on his Twitter account wrote, “A few months ago, Ant Clemons and I wrote BETTER DAYS. This song was our way of doing what little we could do to encourage everyone to stay hopeful and to keep working towards a better future. I’m honored to announce we’ll be performing it for the inauguration.
In another tweet, he wrote, “We have a long way to go to fix, undo, and rebuild this country. But I hope now, despite the past four years, we’re on our way.”
‘Better Days’ written when Justin Timberlake collaborated with Ant Clemons, will be performed at Joe Biden’s Inauguration.
This is a 90-minute special show titled ‘Celebrating America’, that will be hosted by Tom Hanks. Joe Biden will inaugurate his presidency in this show in style later this month, January 20th. The live 90-minute special will feature performances by Justin Timberlake, Demi Lovato, Jon Bon Jovi, R&B singer Ant Clemons and more. Except for the above mentioned, more stars are yet to be declared.
Timberlake said, “there’s a song that I wrote with a new artist who was just nominated for a Grammy, Ant Clemons, and we wrote a song called Better Days. We are going to be performing it at the inauguration. So incredibly excited. What an honor.”
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