Justin Timberlake announced his latest album Man of the Woods yesterday (January 2), and now he's given us a closer look at the upcoming release.
JT has unveiled the cover artwork for the album, and it finds him about as far away from his "suit and tie shit" as possible. It features a split photo mounted on a garish orange background; the top half of his outfit sees him trading in his tie for a T-shirt amidst a snowy forest setting, while the bottom half sees him rocking flannel and jeans in a field of grass.
In addition to sharing the album cover, Timberlake has also revealed exactly what will be arriving on the previously teased date of Friday (January 5).
The lead single off Man of the Woods is titled "Filthy," and it will land on Friday along with a video. The track was co-written and co-produced by Timberlake, Timbaland and Danja, and it features additional credits to James Fauntleroy and larrance Dopson.
Following "Filthy," three additional songs and videos will get rolled out on a weekly basis beginning January 18.
As previously reported, Man of the Woods arrives on February 2 via RCA Records. Timberlake will then perform at the Super Bowl Halftime Show on February 4.
Revisit a trailer for the forthcoming LP below.