Justin Timberlake’s Album Might Be Called “Man Of The Woods”

December 18, 2017 By Jordan Miller

New king of pop, woods.

Justin Timberlake has filed to trademark the phrases “Man of the Woods” and “Fresh Leaves.”

What does this mean? According to new docs obtained by TMZ, JT wants to make sure the phrases are off limits.

They’re speculating that “Man Of The Woods” is the singer’s forthcoming album title. He plans on using it on “CDs, DVDs, downloadable music, clothes, concert posters, programs … and live performances and tours.”

As for “Fresh Leaves,” that could be the lead single title. He could plaster it on new merch, like hats, robes, shorts, jerseys, long-sleeved t-shirts, and more. 

I’m not sure how to feel about either of them, but I’m always down for a solid album theme/concept. 

This is all unraveling very fast. JT filmed one music video for sure, maybe even  a second. Producer Timbaland has also confirmed the record is complete.

It makes a lot of sense. JT is headlining the Super Bowl halftime show – there’s literally no better way to launch a new album than that. The king of the woods and pop music is coming for that No. 1.

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