Justin Timberlake's 'Filthy' Video Features a 2028 Dancing Machine: Watch Here

by Brad Wete

Like I was saying the other day, Justin Timberlake's new album, Man of the Woods, likely won't be the country set many were worried about based on the admittedly downright folksy trailer he dropped earlier this week.

This morning (Jan. 5), Timberlake debuted Woods' lead single "Filthy" and its Mark Romanek-directed video. The song--and amalgam of rock, funk, R&B, and techno--is everything but country. Produced by longtime collaborators Timbaland and Danjahandz, it's dance floor-ready track reminiscent of the vibes from his sophomore album FutureSex/LoveSounds.

The video for the clip finds Justin starring as a Steve Jobs-like figure in the year 2028 debuting his new, appropriately groovy android. While Justin skips off stage in his glasses and black Todd Snyder turtleneck, his smooth machine man matches his moves for a highly intrigued audience. Give the clip above a watch, below check out the track listing for Man of the Woods, and look out for JT's full album, out Feb. 2.

Written by Brad Wete