Justin Timberlake returns with a new single, 'Filthy'


This marks the first of four singles he plans to release ahead of his fourth studio album, Man of the Woods, dropping February 2.

At least his giant hipster glasses align with what we were expecting from this new era.

Justin Timberlake steps into the future in the video for his brand new single "Filthy".

Timberlake's new track is a dance jam infusing pop, funk and futuristic tones with synth-heavy sounds throughout.

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The song was co-written with Timbaland, Danja, James Fauntleroy and Lawrence Dopson; produced by Timberlake, Timbaland and Danja.

As the robot takes the spotlight, Timberlake steps backstage where he continues to control the robots moves. And now, Justin Timberlake, 36, is bringing "filthy" back with his hot new song.

The guest stars play out the split too: Alicia Keys and Timberlake's old sparring partners the Neptunes on one hand, country star Chris Stapleton on the other. He is set to drop three additional music videos on a weekly basis, starting on January 18, until Man of the Woods hit stores.

J.T. will perform his new music at the Super Bowl LII Halftime Show in Minneapolis on February 4, two days after the release of MOTW.