Published: Fri, January 05, 2018
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Justin Timberlake Finally Drops The Visuals For His New Song "Filthy"

Justin Timberlake Finally Drops The Visuals For His New Song

The 36-year-old sings: 'Look, I said, 'Put your filthy hands all over me, '/ You know, this ain't the clean version.

Longtime fans of Justin Timberlake were thrilled when he announced earlier this week that his fifth studio album, Man Of The Woods, would be released on February 2, two days before he performs at the Super Bowl.

Titled "Filthy", the song is an attempt at sounding futuristic in a George Michael 'Freeek!' type of way - sadly nowhere near as good - produced by both Timbaland and Danja.

"Filthy" is the first of four songs being released from the new album before its release, with the others arriving weekly starting on January 18.

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"Filthy" began trending on Twitter soon after the track and its music video dropped at midnight, as the pop superstar's followers turned it up en masse.

This is the first of four tracks and videos that Timberlake is releasing in the buildup to the release of "Man of the Woods", so take that as a warning for the next three Fridays.

"This song should be played VERY loud", read one of his posts.

And the single and video won't be the only new release from Timberlake until February 2.

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