Justin Timberlake's 'Filthy' Video Is Good, Clean Fun From The Pop Showman

Wendy Jensen
January 5, 2018

Cape Town - Ladies and gents, Justin Timberlake is back.

Justin Timberlake isn't exactly getting "filthy" in his new music video.

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Blaming the PCC for mismanagement at the party's office gate, Kumari added, "I can only blame myself for the unsavoury incident". She said: "I was pushed, manhandled, threatened with dire consequences". "I am not happy with it".

"Filthy" is Justin's first single off his upcoming album Man of the Woods, his first full-length album after The 20/20 Experience, which he released in 2013.

"Man of the Woods" will drop February 2, just two days before Timberlake takes the stage at the Super Bowl halftime show.

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The trial was held this morning with a new interpreter and she was jailed by a judge for three years and fined around £4,200. She said her daughter has now been moved to another police station ahead of her move to prison.

Filthy's accompanying music video casts the pop/R&B crooner as a Steve Jobs-esque tech giant unveiling his latest breakthrough: a dancing robot.

The clip has been directed by Mark Romanek (One Hour Photo, Never Let Me Go and Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" video). This sampling, which is co-produced by Timberlake, Timbaland, and Danja with additional writing credits from James Fauntleroy and Larrance Dopson, is deliberate in not throwing a left-field turn for the singer, instead opting for straightforward funk with a sprinkling of glam rock showmanship. As he builds up to the chorus, Justin sings: "Look, I said, "Put your filthy hands all over me/ You know, this ain't the clean version/ And what you gonna do with all that meat?/ Cookin" up a meat serving". "Combining the sounds of traditional American rock with the modern influences of collaborators The Neptunes, Timbaland, Chris Stapleton, and Alicia Keys, this new material explores storytelling inspired by his son, his wife, and his personal journey from Memphis to where he is today".

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Aspyr has said, however, that they plan to implement DLC sometime in the future even if they can't now guarantee a timeline. Firaxis Games developed the PC version, but the Linux and Mac versions are courtesy of Aspyr .

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