Justin Timberlake returns with “The 20/20 Experience”

After making the transition from child star and a heartthrob for teenage band movie star, Justin Timberlake returns to the music with his first album since 2006, cementing his status as an adult with an album inspired by his recent marriage.

Timberlake, 32, officially released The 20/20 Experience on Tuesday. But the album of 10 love songs with R & B rhythm is already number one in the iTunes charts, which can be downloaded from last week.

The album is the first since Timberlake FutureSex / LoveSounds which featured the singles “Sexyback” and “What Goes Around … Comes Around.” Although the first single “Suit & Tie”, which features rapper Jay-Z, failed to meet sales expectations in its first week on the market in January, the album is expected to sell well after weeks of promotion, including a performance at the Grammys and a share of Timberlake on Saturday Night Live. Industry sources cited by Billboard said The 20/20 Experience could sell about 500,000 copies in its first week, and would be easy for Timberlake was number one on the Billboard 200 album chart.

The 20/20 Experience sees Timberlake assimilates its status as a married man, after marrying actress Jessica Biel in October 2012.

The singer draws summer romances in most of his songs with slow tempo swing rhythms on songs like “Pusher Girl Love,” where Timberlake describes his addiction to a girl.

Timberlake has just taken a false step in his transition from child star in “Mickey Mouse Club” a popular boy band N’Sync, to embark on a solo career as a musician, actor and entrepreneur.

He has appeared in films like The Social Network and Bad Teacher, launched his own record label, Tennman Records, joined the category of clothing designer to her resume with the brand William Rast, and invested in the social network MySpace.

His status SUV revealed last week on Saturday Night Live where she sang, danced and acted – pushing hearings NBC to 14-month highs.