Watch Justin Timberlake's New Video Co-Starring a 'Filthy' Robot

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Justin Timberlake is giving the world a taste of what's to come from his forthcoming album Man of the Woods, with the single "Filthy".

"I said, put your filthy hands all over me / And no, this ain't the clean version", he sings. "His sound stays evolving", wrote one fan.

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

"Filthy" is the first of four songs being released from the new album before its release, with the others arriving weekly starting on January 18.

"Filthy" is co-written and produced by Timberlake, Timbaland and Danja co-produced the track, and Timberlake has requested that you play it "very loud" because he's a menace to society and wants to get filthies from those around you while you listen.

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The new track, titled Filthy, is a mix of synth-funk, some elements of rock, and of course JT's famous pop-fuelled self.

Man of the Woods is set to be released on February 2.

The new clip is directed by Mark Romanek, the same person who helmed the music video of his song "Can't Stop the Feeling" in 2016.

We'll soon see JT take his new music to the stage when her performs the Super Bowl Halftime Show on Sunday, February 4, just two days after the album releases.