It's a celebration, bitches!
Justin Timberlake is bringing sexy and record sales back.
After releasing "Suit & Tie" featuring Jay-Z late Sunday night, JT's highly publicized collaboration has been selling like hot cakes on the digital charts.
FMQB reports that the release of "Suit & Tie" is projected to sell at least 400K copies by the end of the week, making this Justin's best digital sales week in the history of his career as a solo artist.
"Suit & Tie" will be the largest digital debut since Taylor Swift's "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" was released last year.
Besides celebrating the success of his comeback single, JT is also celebrating the relaunch of the social networking site MySpace.
The "SexyBack" singer bought a major stake the company back in 2011, and has worked tirelessly to rebrand and rebuild the once popular site.
Justin Timberlake's forthcoming album, The 20/20 Experience, is scheduled to be release sometime in 2013.
Digital sales weren't as ~big~ when his first two albums were out right? If a flop song like this can go this far, he'll probably hit 800k with the first hit single off this album.