Justin Timberlake – Filthy

After teasing the eagerly awaiting masses with a fleeting snippet of his Man Of The Woods lead single less than 24 hours ago, Justin Timberlake has released the entirety of “Filthy” and it is as dope as you may have expected. Dropped in tandem with a Steve Jobs inspired visual, the superstar soloist’s first original studio material in nearly five years edges innovative while maintaining a contemporary pop foundation.

Co-written/produced alongside longtime confidants Timbaland and Danja with a little help from James Faunterloy and Larrance Dopson, the track ebbs and flows like a FutureSex/LoveSounds standout but there’s an element of ultramodern funk that delicately differentiates between the old and new. So if you’ll allow me to take the liberty of the lyricism here, haters may say its fake, but he’s definitely got his swagger, that I dare say never left, back.

The Man Of The Woods rollout doesn’t stop here though. We can expect a tour announcement soon and I’m sure a few surprises before the album’s official release February 2. Oh and if you hadn’t heard he’ll be headlining Super Bowl LII’s halftime show. This man of the woods knows how to do it right and do it right he does. Stream the new cut below, grab a copy of your own, and be sure to pre-order the new LP now:

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2 responses to “Justin Timberlake – Filthy

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