Justin Timberlake seems not settled that Adele won Album of the Year. The Grammy winner had made it known that Frank Ocean deserves the award.
Adele's "25" won Album of the Year this year beating Beyonce's "Lemonade," Drake's "Views," Sturgill Simpson's "A Sailor's Guide To Earth" and Justin Bieber's "Purpose" according to The Grammy. Justin Timberlake took to Twitter his appreciation of Calvin Harris' new soundtrack with Frank Ocean and Migos.
In his tweet, Justin Timberlake wrote: "Frank Ocean had the real Album of the Year with Blonde." He also put a hashtag of "not fake news." As a refresher, Ocean opted out of submitting his second album for Grammy consideration.
While I'm at it... Frank Ocean had the REAL Album Of The Year with BLONDE.#NotFakeNews
— Justin Timberlake (@jtimberlake) March 9, 2017
Justin Timberlake's bet believes that Grammy has certainly a nostalgic importance. However, it does not seem to be representing the people who came from where he is. Ocean notes that not many black musicians have won Album of the Year, though he has been nominated in 2013.
Some fans of Adele were not happy, of course with the Justin Timberlake's comment on social media. The British singer has been very gracious in accepting her Album of the Year award. She even dedicated her winning to moment to Beyoncé saying that the artist of her life is 35-year-old American singer.
Though Justin Timberlake was all praises to Frank Ocean, Adele was as generous in praising the "Lemonade "album. For the 28-year-old English singer-songwriter, Beyoncé's album was so monumental, well thought, beautiful and soul-bearing, reports E! News.
Adele also added that all artists adore Beyoncé and that she will always be their light. Frank Ocean is yet to respond to the comment of Justin Timberlake's comment about his album. Who do you think should have won the Album of the Year award?