Justin TimberlakeAs part of the Grammy Week events, the Grammy Foundation held a Grammy Career Day at USC's Thornton School of Music. Hundreds of local L.A. high school students were able to come and hear professionals from all areas of the music industry talk about what it takes to build a career in music, including Justin Timberlake, who arrived with producing partners James Fauntleroy and Rob Knox. The trio, who call themselves the Y's, have had tremendous success producing hip hop, R&B and pop artists such as T.I., Ciara, Leona Lewis, and Rihanna.

They agreed to do one interview with a former Grammy Camp student, 15-year-old Nick Arnold, just before they spoke at Career Day. Timberlake, Fauntleroy and Knox were waiting in a green room with several people, including Neil Portnow, president of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, when PopEater arrived to speak with them. Easygoing and friendly, the trio opened up on artist insecurities, how to make it in the business and why
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