Justin Timberlake channels Steve Jobs in 'Filthy' video tease

A still from the'Filthy music video

A still from the'Filthy music video

Pop singer and heartthrob for many women, Justin Timberlake has finally dropped his first single from his upcoming and most teased album Man of the Woods. Walking up and down the stage in front of the audience, in a similar way to Jobs when he launched a new Apple product, Justin's character then introduces his latest creation - a robot that mirrors his movements.

"I said, put your filthy hands all over me / And no, this ain't the clean version", he sings.

"This song should be played VERY loud", read one of his posts.

After releasing some Bon-Iver-lookin' album art and promo visuals, Man of the Woods seemed to be angling for a folk or roots vibe, but "Filthy" signals the continuance of JT's penchant for funk. You don't get it?

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Timberlake announced his new album on Tuesday, revealing that it was inspired by his wife, Jessica Biel, and their son, Silas. That's why the album has already promised four different singles that will show the range of what the record contains.

Filthy by Justin Timberlake on VEVO.

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The follow-up to 2013's The 20/20 Experience is set to feature a fusion of "traditional American rock with modern influences", with contributions from Timbaland, Pharrell, Chris Stapleton, and Alicia Keys.

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