Justin Timberlake – Suit & Tie (Official) ft. JAY Z
Published on Feb 14, 2013
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When Philip Michael Thomas and Don Johnson played a scene behind the music of Phil Collins spurred the Super Bowl champion Ray Lewis of the Baltimore Ravens to spread the word about the enthusiasm and beauty of the best of black and white (and in between) racial groups coming together for a righteous cause, a trend started.
Lewis passed the Collins song on to the Baltimore team: who passed it on to the championship Cowboys teams under Jimmy Johnson. That was passed on to Rex Ryan and Bart Scott who came to the New York Jets from Baltimore with a special mashup of In The Air Tonight: the same version twice begun a fraction of a second apart. Ray said, “Not until I saw the scene with Don Johnson on Miami Vice with Philip Michael did I ever realize the power of our multi-racial, multi-cultural society.
Thus, as a new era of most positive relations between ethnicities caught on in its modern form in the early 1980s, was heard to musical perfection in Sting’s Grammy Award winning BEST ALBUM OF THE YEAR 1985 with ‘Bring On The Night,’ so we heard and saw the latest and greatest resurgence of the same energy last night on Saturday Night Live as Justin Timberlake and JAY Z performed “Suit and Tie” from their first in a lifetime album.
Does the United States have talent whereby the people of ethnicities of all types combine their share and create the best entertainment we as audiences have ever heard and seen? That is a matter of opinion wherein I can take the chance to say: YES!