Justin Timberlake Returns W/ Risky Futuristic "Filthy" Video & Pays Salutes Apple: "Haters Gonna Say
R&B singer Justin Timberlake is really back for the crown. The crooner has delivered new music Friday (January 5) in the form of his new "Filthy" single and music video release.
After mounted anticipation, Timberlake unleashed his Apple and Steve Jobs-inspired visual just in time for the weekend.
Timberlake co-wrote the song with Timbaland, Danja, James Fauntleroy and Lawrence Dopson; Timberlake, Timbaland and Danja co-produced the track, which the singer on Instagram instructed to "[play] very loud." In the clip, Timberlake is presenting at a Pan-Asian Deep Learning Conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in the year 2028. Working the stage Steve Jobs-style, he's met by a welcoming audience before he introduces his latest creation, a robot that follows his movements and later gets a bit frisky with the dancers that join the robot onstage. The line between inventor and his invention blurs by the clip's end. (Rolling Stone)
According to reports, JT's new Man of the Woods album is expected to arrive early next month.
Recent buzz suggested fans could expect to hear music premiered this week.
Justin Timberlake might be releasing his brand new single as early as January 5th, 2018 if a tweet from Assistant Music Director of Montreal radio station The Beat 92.5 is to be believed. "New single from @jtimberlake drops Jan. 5th just sayin," said Mario-Jo Morin on her account earlier today, making his fans go berserk. (Hip Hop N More)
Last month, speculation developed over Justin low-key putting together a new album.
The singer just filed to trademark the phrase "Man of the Woods." According to docs, obtained by TMZ, Justin's aiming to use it for a bunch of things like CDs, DVDs, downloadable music, clothes, concert posters, programs ... and live performances and tours. He also applied to trademark "Fresh Leaves," which docs say could go on hats, robes, shorts, jerseys, long-sleeved t-shirts, and more. Educated guess? One's the album title and the other's the first single. (TMZ)
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