Justin Timberlake Shares Studio Footage From the Making of 'Filthy': Watch

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Justin Timberlake in a behind the scenes look at the recording of "Filthy"

The Justin Timberlake content just keeps coming the last week. And to only add to the hype around his upcoming album Man of the Woods -- due out Feb. 2, two days before his halftime gig at Super Bowl LII -- Timberlake released a behind the scenes look at the making of the set's first single, "Filthy."

The black and white video, which at points feels like a time capsule to the mid 2000’s, shows Timberlake laying down vocals, and going through beats in the studio with legendary producer and longtime collaborator Timbaland.

“I’m not really sure who’s gonna respond to what, but I do know how everyone responded to that song in the studio,” Timberlake says, right before footage of a dance break with rapper and producer Swizz Beatz kicks in.

Timberlake’s newest album will be his first solo work in nearly five years, and will be followed by a 27-city cross-country tour starting in March. Check out the official video for "Filthy" below. 


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