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Justin Timberlake | Man Of The Woods | February 2nd, 2017

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Entea    27,757
8 hours ago, Kuba said:

His Brokeback Mountain is coming 

Nnnnnn dead2

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Just Whitney    17,682
8 hours ago, Jake said:

I wanted bops.. No country cousin-fucking shit jj4 

Honestly. i still dont like him but at least give me a reason to like you hon jj4

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 Hylia    74,865

God forbid someone where plaid or a jacket in an outdoor photo shoot, before the gays lose their shit.

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HusBear    325

Finally some decent male singer music

 

LOL at Joanne influence 

 

fuck my ears KING

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HusBear    325

Justin Timberlake will release four videos leading up to the Feb. 2 release of his fourth studio album, “Man of the Woods.” The first will be the album’s lead single, “Filthy,” which arrives on Friday. The song was co-written and co-produced by Timberlake, Timbaland, and Danja with additional writing credits from James Fauntleroy and Larrance Dopson; the video was directed by Mark Romanek, who was worked with Timberlake, Jay-Z, U2 and many others and directed Johnny Cash’s award-winning 2003 clip for “Hurt.” According to a press release, the “Filthy” clip is “a dance heavy video features Timberlake as a modern day inventor presenting his latest creation to the world.”

 

The three following videos, which will be released weekly beginning Jan. 18, featured three different directors.

 

Timberlake also collaborated with Chris Stapleton (with whom he performed a galvanizing version of “Tennessee Whisky” on the CMA Awards in 2015), the Neptunes and Alicia Keys on the album, which he said in a minute-long teaser video released Tuesday was inspired by his family and his upbringing in Memphis. He also worked with Max Martin and Shellback on the hit single “Can’t Stop the Feeling” from the film “Trolls,” although it is unclear whether any collaborations with them will be on the album.

 

Target will carry an exclusive version of the album, featuring unique cover art, a poster and a digital download code, although apparently no extra tracks.

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HusBear    325

Or, if it’s vinyl you love, pick up an LP record of the album—ours comes in a limited-edition translucent orange vinyl, along with a digital download of the full album. DSqGrWRU0AAiVoP.jpg

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ParentalAdvisory    6,010
6 minutes ago, rObi said:

Or, if it’s vinyl you love, pick up an LP record of the album—ours comes in a limited-edition translucent orange vinyl, along with a digital download of the full album. DSqGrWRU0AAiVoP.jpg

WOW cry6 love it

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SWINΞ    8,263
1 hour ago, petedagrk said:

Country u said?  

Well the lead single says otherwise lmfao1

Everyone is so quick to jump and judge at first glance. Kinda sad, huh?

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HusBear    325
HusBear    325

That’s such a sad thing that people can’t handle new fresh different music and only what they do is blacklash 

 

for or me so far 2/2 

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