Justin Timberlake Introduces New Album, 'Man Of The Woods'

Justin Timberlake Introduces New Album, 'Man Of The Woods'

After a four-year hiatus, Justin Timberlake is back with a new album that will take him back to "his roots".

Expect to see and hear a lot from Justin Timberlake in 2018.

The album will be preceded by a new song out January 5.

He is also a man of the woods (the Berkshires), and his name is James Taylor. He says this album is his most personal album yet, proving that every other album was created by an imaginary Justin Timberlake. Not sure...but in the trailer Pharrell says it "sounds so earthy".

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Bryan Angers punt was fielded deep by New Orleans Tommylee Lewis, and special-teams captain Josh Robinson stripped the ball loose. The Bucs went 95 yards from their own 5-yard line without a timeout in less than two minutes.

This will be the Tennessee natives first new music since "Can't Stop the Feeling", which debuted in May 2016 and hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. In a 2016 interview with the BBC, Timberlake declined to describe it as a country album but acknowledged the influence.

As noted by Bustle.com, Pharrell co-produced more than half of Timberlake's 2002 debut solo album, Justified with his N.E.R.D. partner Chad Hugo.

The first single from Man of the Woods will be released Friday. Next month, he'll head to Minnesota to perform at half-time of Super Bowl LII.

Justin Timberlake has just announced the release of his fifth studio album, Man of the Woods - and as expected, fans cannot contain their excitement. The Friends with Benefits star, removed a piece of Jackson's outfit during his "Rock Your Body" lyrics.

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