JT channels Prince in his funky, Timbaland and Danja-produced new tune.

Justin Timberlake’s new song “Filthy” has officially hit.

2018 is the year of JT. A day after New Year’s, Timberlake announced he had a new album titled Man of the Woods on the way, shared the earthy cover art and revealed his rollout plan includes four new songs and music videos – one out every week until the official release of the record.

The first MOTW taste is available now. It’s titled “Filthy,” a track co-produced by longtime collaborator Timbaland and Danja.

There’s also a music video for it shot by director Mark Romanek (“Can’t Stop The Feeling”). You can watch that here.

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The song has major funk to it. “I know this ain’t the clean version / What you gonna do with all that meat?,” JT croons over Tim and Danja’s swag. “Cook it up to me and serve it / No question I want it.” Elsewhere, JT begs to be touched. “Put your dirty hands on me.” 

James Fauntleroy and Larrance Dopson co-wrote the track. Fauntleroy co-wrote six tracks from Rihanna’s fourth album Rated R and co-wrote almost every song off JT’s The 20/20 Experience. In 2014, Fauntleroy won the Grammy Award for Best R&B Song for co-writing “Pusher Love Girl” off that album. Dopson has worked with the likes of JT, Jay-Z, Kanye West, T.I. and Bruno Mars, among others.

There’s no question JT’s new tune channels some serious Prince, and that’s a refreshing change of pace in music right now. This could be me stanning right now, but I think JT changed the game with this one. Listen below:


Man of the Woods is out Feb. 2.

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4 Responses

  1. reminds me of the future ***/love sounds opener as well. Also sounds veryyyyyyy similar to Kimbra – Sweet Relief.
    I like the song anyways lol i know it’ll be good performed live. i’m just not fully supporting because i’m scared he’ll pull a LEMONADE and have a good first single with a snoozefest album

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