Justin Timberlake's FILTHY new track is dividing fans

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After surprising the world with an announcement on Tuesday that he would be releasing a new album this coming February, Justin Timberlake has today released the first single from Man of the Woods - as well as its accompanying video.

The new track, titled Filthy, is a mix of synth-funk, some elements of rock, and of course JT's famous pop-fuelled self. "His sound stays evolving", wrote one fan.

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

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Justin Timberlake's FILTHY new track is dividing fans

The music video - directed by Mark Romanek - follows a Steve Jobs-esque JT as he reveals a prototype of a dancing robot during a Malaysian learning conference. Timberlake shared the video on his Twitter on January 5, saying "This song should be played very loud".

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".

The album will have 16 songs and Justin will release three more tracks before the full album comes out on Super Bowl weekend.

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