"We're going to take some of the stuff that we've already done, and of course create more music," says producer Jerome "J-Roc" Harmon.
Justin Timberlake's "The 20/20 Experience" is already the best-selling album of 2013 so far -- its current sales sit at 1.52 million, according to Nielsen SoundScan -- and, as the pop singer shared last month, another full-length is on the way this November. Producer/songwriter Jerome "J-Roc" Harmon, a close collaborator with Timbaland who worked on the entirety of "The 20/20 Experience," tells Billboard that JT's next album will draw from his unused "20/20" material, as well as from upcoming studio sessions.
"Before we came to the 10 [songs on "The 20/20 Experience"] that he wanted and the two bonus tracks, we had over 30, 40 tracks," says Harmon. "So I think he's going to go in, and we're going to take some of the stuff that we've already done, and of course create more music at the same time."
Harmon began working with Timbaland on the producer's 2007 solo album "Shock Value," which featured the Timberlake collaborations "Give It To Me" and "Release," and then logged time on Chris Cornell's Timbaland-produced 2009 album "Scream." During the recording of Timbaland's 2009 LP "Shock Value II," J-Roc helped out on the Timberlake-assisted single "Carry Out," during which the pop superstar started tinkering with an idea that eventually became his "20/20 Experience" single "Mirrors."