What do you think of Justin Timberlake's new song?

What do you think of Justin Timberlake's new song?

What do you think of Justin Timberlake's new song?

"Filthy" is the first song lifted from Man of the Woods, Timberlake's fifth solo album due out February 2.

The four-minute clip begins with the "Sexy Back" singer facing an enthusiastic crowd at a Pan-Asian Deep Learning Conference in Malaysia set 10 years from now.

JT also dropped a new music video for the track, starring himself in a Steve Jobs-inspired role.

One thing it is though is markedly different to Timberlake's last pop-happy music offering of Can't Stop The Feeling, which appeared on the Trolls movie soundtrack. You don't get it?

Let us know what you think in the poll below. Look closer Through the trees Do you see it?

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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.

Pharrell, as well as longtime collaborator Timbaland, Alicia Keys and Chris Stapleton are expected to be on the project.

The album will have 16 songs and Justin will release three more tracks before the full album comes out on Super Bowl weekend.

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