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

Justin Timberlake Finally Drops The Visuals For His New Song

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

The Timbaland-produced track is the first off Timberlake's new album "Man Of The Woods", which will be his first solo project in four years and his fifth studio album.

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.

The Mark Romanek directed clip sees Timberlake addressing a crowd at an Apple style unveiling, where he introduces a robot that is able to follow his movements.

Justin Timberlake applied a special condition on his new song "Filthy": that it be played "very loud".

Can you blame us for thinking this was going to be his Joanne era?

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The follow-up to 2013's The 20/20 Experience is set to feature a fusion of "traditional American rock with modern influences", with contributions from Timbaland, Pharrell, Chris Stapleton, and Alicia Keys.

As of the release of "Filthy" tonight, pre-orders for Man of the Woods are now open.

"This album is really inspired by my son, my wife, my family, but more so than any other album I've written, where I'm from", Timberlake said of the album in the trailer.

Get "Filthy" with J.T. below.

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