Justin Timberlake Became A Mountain Man For His Latest Album

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With artists like Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato losing their grip on the charts, it's clear we've needed a return to when pop was best, when '90s legends Britney, Christina and, obviously, Justin Timberlake were at their peak.

The timing of Man of the Woods means it'll be released just before Timberlake performs at the Super Bowl Halftime Show on Sunday, Feb. 4. Find the teaser clip below. The Grammy Award-winning singer plans to drop his new track from Man of the Woods this Friday (Jan. 5). And with a rustic album trailer and title that feels much different than what Timberlake has put out in the past, it's easy to get caught up in wondering what the heck Man of the Woods will be like. It was the Trolls song "Can't Stop the Feeling!" that spun Timberlake deeper into the dadosphere, and it was becoming a dad that made him see the world as a dad.

Timberlake's 2-year-old son Silas, and wife Jessica Biel, whom he pulls in for a kiss, make cameos in the video. What little we do hear of the album in the trailer backs this up, as some of the poppier synths have been switched out for a more acoustic sound. He also said the music on this album will showcase his roots of growing up in the south and listening to country music.

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JT explains how the new material is some of the most "personal" he has ever released.

The album drops on February 2nd just ahead of Timberlake's Super Bowl halftime performance on Sunday, February 4th.

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