Justin Timberlake Finally Drops The Visuals For His New Song "Filthy"

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Justin Timberlake Finally Drops The Visuals For His New Song "Filthy"

So this wasn't what we were expecting.


This marks the first of four singles he plans to release ahead of his fourth studio album, Man of the Woods, dropping February 2.

Despite the change in aesthetic, elements of Timberlake's known sound remain, as "Filthy" shows.

The 10-time Grammy victor released the first track, Filthy, from the album today (Jan 5), and it has been met with a mixed reaction.

If that was not enough of a clue, he came back today with three posts leading up to the big reveal of a new video titled, Filthy.

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He worked with his frequent collaborators Timbaland and Pharrell (via The Neptunes) on the album, in addition to Alicia Keys and Chris Stapleton.

The video sees Justin play a version of Steve Jobs, introducing a high tech robot to an audience at a conference.

The singer announced his new album, Man Of The Woods, on Tuesday, sharing a new country direction to his music, but the new single is anything but country. Controlling the AI from backstage, when he moves, it moves.

Justin Timberlake just dropped a brand new track, and it is certainly very different to what we've heard from him before.

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