By now, we've all heard the single that's being used to segue Justin's triumphant return to music. The upscale "Suit & Tie" already features the best rapper alive, Jay-Z. Can JT's features get any more high profile? VIBE predicts 10 other rappers who may or may not be a part of Justin's vision, The 20/20 Experience.
Pusha already collaborated with Justin back in 2002, when the 'N Sync frontman teamed up with the Clipse half for the ultra-smooth dance track, "Like I Love You." Now that Pusha's rapping solo, Justin should include this G.O.O.D. artist for a super lyrical re-up.
This just makes sense. Justin was featured on 50's hit single, "Ayo Technology" back in 2007. Timbaland produced that track. The talented beatsmith is expected to helm Justin's album exclusively, so why not enlist another rapper the two have history with?
Whether Drizzy decides to rap on the track or croon, a collaboration with Justin would definitely get radio spins across the country. Plus, these two have a bit in common: They both were child actors with curly manes.
If Nicki can make music with Justin Bieber, she can surely produce another hit with Justin Timberlake. Forget about "Beauty and the Beat" -- let's call this one, "Barbie and Ken"...
These two have never worked before. In fact, nothing on the Internet says this pair have ever even been in the same place at the same time, except for an awards show. But Wiz tends to go off on R&B songs, and Justin admitted sometime last year that he's an avid pot-smoker.
You can't talk about party music of late, without mentioning this ATL trio. Justin is no stranger to the strip clubs, so making a song with Quez, Ali and Strap could help him create an anthem for the ladies who work the pole.
These two not only party together but have also made sweet music together. Diddy asked Justin to be on his Diddy-Dirty Money Last Train to Paris album in 2010. The witty Bad Boy exec is another artist who would guarantee Justin a radio smash.
Okay, so maybe Ryan Leslie isn't exactly a rapper. He's a singer. No wait, he's a producer. Actually, he's all three. Hate it or love it, the multi-talented R. Les jumped on Justin's "Suit & Tie" almost instantly after it was released. Why not collaborate for something official?
So we may be reaching with this one, but the feud these two had was eons ago. Eminem is a changed man and teaming up with the former boy-band frontman wouldn't hurt either of their careers. Both blue-eyed entertainers have seen the most success crossing genres.
The other half of the Throne on a track with JT would be nothing short of epic. Kanye made a surprise appearance at a Timberlake concert in 2007. Why not lay something down on a track together? Yeezy's been known to flaunt an occasional suit and tie.