Justin Timberlake – Supplies

The march towards Man Of The Woods’ February 2nd release date picks up steam this morning as Justin Timberlake drops the album’s second sneak peek. “Supplies,” a mid-tempo heater produced by old friends The Neptunes, joins the conversation after the passionately contested lead single “Filthy.”

After first listen though I’m afraid to say it too might find itself in the middle of another sonic debate. The new single relies on a hulking, albeit lackluster bassline, and Latin strings for the been-here-before bulk. It isn’t until the bridge, where JT’s signature croonings really come alive, that interests are piqued. To sum it up best…

I know you can be overwhelmed and you can be underwhelmed, but can you ever just be whelmed?
– Gabrielle Union, 10 Things I Hate About You

Decide for yourself though with a stream of the accompanying visuals below, a dystopian imagining from director Dave Meyers. Then snag your own digital print out now via RCA.

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One response to “Justin Timberlake – Supplies

  1. Pingback: Justin Timberlake – Man of the Woods [Album Review] | Digital High Blog·

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