The new MySpace is about to drop. Or at least, that’s what Justin Timberlake wants to show us. The singer and one of the company’s shareholders shared a video on Twitter in which you can begin to see the new appearance of the social network. The developers have been working on the usability and appearance of the platform, which will allow access through the user’s Twitter and Facebook accounts. Both the arrangement of images and comments remind one of another recent social network, Pinterest. Among the novelties incorporated into this new MySpace is the change of URL ( new.myspace.com), a change that we don’t think affects accounts created with the old system. Among the questions still not answered by this video regarding MySpace are those concerning music. Will it be possible to hang your own audio? Will audio tracks from other channels, such as MixCloud, SoundCloud or YouTube, for example, be able to be shown? Will streaming services such as Spotify, Pandora and Last.fm join?
We’ll have to wait for the answers to these questions. Neither Justin Timberlake, nor the video, nor the company have set an official release date for this new version of MySpace. Nevertheless, on the official website you can leave your e-mail address to keep up with the news regarding the re-launching of one of the most exciting music phenomena of the last decade.