Watch Justin Timberlake Perform “Suit & Tie” with Jay-Z at Super Bowl Weekend Concert

While everyone has rightfully been living in Beyonce land for the past week, there was another music sensation that took to the stage Super Bowl weekend. Following a six-year music hiatus, Justin Timberlake performed Saturday night at DirectTV’s Super Bowl-eve concert and had a few surprises for the crowd.

In addition to some of his classic hits, Timberlake debuted two new songs for the private crowd: “Little Pusher Lover Girl” and “Bad Girl (or is it That Girl?).” His set also included his classics, like “Senorita,” “Like I Love You,” “Cry Me a River,” “Summer Love” and “My Love.”

While performing his newest single, “Suit and Tie,” the appropriately dressed Timberlake really got the crowd going when he brought out none other than Jay-Z. The crowd included Paul McCartney, Sofia Vergara, John Legend and New England Patriots owner Bob Kraft.

“Suit and Tie” hit the airwaves a few weeks ago and Jay-Z and JT have been spotted recording the video for it.

Timberlake will is set to take the stage at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards this coming Sunday. Of his performance, he told Ryan Seacrest, “you’ll hear some stuff you’ve never heard.”

Timberlake’s next album ‘The 20/20 Experience’ is set to release March 19.

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