Justin Timberlake - Senorita sheet music

One of the most famous R&B singers nowadays, Justin Timberlake, released Senorita – today’s song, in 2003.

Justin Timberlake is an American artist, acting as a singer, actor, and songwriter.

He has been active in the world of music since 1992, singing R&B, pop, neo-soul, and dance-pop music genres.

Timberlake plays guitar, keyboards and sings in a very special unmistakable way.

He is one of the best-selling music artists, with over 88 million records sold worldwide.

Today we are going to talk about one of his famous songs, the free Senorita piano sheets.

Senorita was released in July 2003, as part of Timberlake’s debut album named Justified.

When released, Senorita peaked within the top ten in Denmark, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, and many other countries.

The song was co-written by Justin Timberlake with Chad Hugo and Pharrell Williams.

Looking into the song’s composition, there is a combination of R&B, pop, and jazz, it has a length of 4:54 minutes and it features an electric piano strut.

It also includes elements like handclaps and a rhythm section.

It was composed in the key of E minor, with a tempo of 96 beats per minute.

The interesting fact about the free Senorita piano sheet music is that it was inspired by Stevie Wonder.

The story behind the lyrics of Senorita talks about a brown-eyed woman, whose attention he is trying to capture.

The music video made for Senorita was directed by Paul Hunter and released in 2003.

The video was shot in a club from Los Angeles and it features Timberlake performing with his live band and dancing with different "senoritas", as he did not want to limit himself to only one lady appearing in the video.

The good news about the song is that starting from today, you can enjoy it on our website, and learn how to play it by yourself, with the help of the materials we have put at your disposal.

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Senorita - Justin Timberlake piano tutorial

Free PDF download of Senorita piano sheet music

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