Hours after unveiling the nature-filled trailer that teases the Pharrell-deemed "earthy" album, Timberlake posted a split image of himself half in a suit and half in jeans and a flannel. The first single off Man Of The Woods is set to drop this Friday, so get your parkas and scarves ready.
Justin Timberlake has announced his grand return to the musical sphere with the title of his next full-length studio album, Man of the Woods, out February 2. In the video, the Grammy Award victor could be seen in various landscapes, along with glimpses of his wife, actress, Jessica Biel.
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Fans won't have to wait until February to judge that for themselves. The singer said this album is inspired by his son, his wife and his family.
Timberlake's last full-length album, The 20/20 Experience (Part I and II), was released in 2013.
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Music from Timberlake's album is previewed throughout the video, with Williams stating, "That is a smash".
"I would not say that I'm making a country album, but I also don't like to say that I'm making an R&B album", Timberlake continued. Next month, he'll head to Minnesota to perform at half-time of Super Bowl LII.
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The trailer shows clips of Timberlake in outdoorsy landscapes, with snippets from the new album playing in the background as he walks through cornfields and snowy plains describing the project as "personal". What do you think of him trading his "Rock Your Body" moves for mountains and streams?