When Justin Timberlake premiered his music video for his current single, “Not A Bad Thing” back in March, it centered around the love story of one couple on the Long Island Railroad. That story was also teamed up with many other different couples discussing their romances and the idea of love. That concept was taken to the next level this past week when Justin released a fan tribute music video for the song. This video that was given the subtitle, #NotABadLoveStory is the product of a social media experiment that had Justin and his team reaching out to his fans to send him photos and videos that will help tell their own stories about what love means to them. These fan photos are then edited together with a live performance of the song by JT from The 20/20 Experience World Tour.
The second version of the music video comes as the single still remains high on many different kinds of singles charts, including Pop Mainstream, Rhythmic, Hot AC and Adult Contemporary. The song is also still in the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100. This comes as no surprise since JT recently walked away with many Billboard Music Awards for his two 20/20 albums, including Artist Of The Year. Take a look at the #Not A Bad Love Story Version of “Not A Bad Thing” below!
“Not A Bad Thing” (#Not ABadLoveStory Version)
From The 20/20 Experience 2 Of 2
“Not A Bad Thing” (Explicit) (Original)
From The 20/20 Experience