05 January, 2018
Cape Town - Ladies and gents, Justin Timberlake is back.
In the visual, we see JT playing the role of a Steve Jobs-esque tech visionary presenting one of his latest creations at the Pan-Asian Deep Learning Conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Watch the full music video.
Justin Timberlake is giving the world a taste of what's to come from his forthcoming album Man of the Woods, with the single "Filthy".
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"This song should be played very loud", Justin told fans via the single artwork.
Mark Romanek directed the video. The electro track is in a different solar system to the uncomplicated sugar-rush that was 2016's "Can't Stop The Feeling", and its left some listeners feeling, well, filthy. The record will be made available for pre-order alongside the release of "Filthy."
On his personal website, Timberlake posted a picture again of him in a field, however, the date on that said February 2nd which is what we assume will be his new album, "Man Of The Woods". He is set to drop three additional music videos on a weekly basis, starting on January 18, until Man of the Woods hit stores.