Justin Timberlake resets his Instagram and we already know what that usually means: Hello, new album?!

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man of the woods It is, to date, the last album by Justin Timberlake. But that could change very soon. The American soloist has reset all the posts he had on his official Instagram account and we already know what that usually means: Hello, new album?!

The sixth studio album would end 6 years of recording silence from the aforementioned album. The only thing that has remained on his official account has been an image in a small miniature in which we can see the interpreter reflected in the rearview mirror of what looks like a car.

“I’ve been in and out of the studio working on things,” Justin Timberlake said a few months ago and it seems that the work has progressed enough to launch the promotional machinery that will once again put JT in the front row of musical news.

“I just take my time. Maybe that’s my barometer, if I continue to love the songs when time goes by, then luckily people will listen to them too when time goes by” confirmed the soloist a few months ago. about what was brewing in the oven.

We must remember that a few weeks ago he met in the recording studio with Nelly Furtado and Timbaland. The most accepted theory is that this triple collaboration would become in a few days (weeks at most) the calling card of Justin Timberlake’s new album. The singer has been working with Timbaland as producer of his LP and this hit could be his first single.

“The album is like ‘FutureSex/LoveSounds’ but nothing too heavy, it just gives you what you expect from us. Music is a young sport. Of course, we’ve both seen a lot of life, but you have to take the 13-year-old out of new, you know? We had songs that were maybe too complicated, so we said we wanted it to feel like ‘FutureSex…’ part two. So, we made songs that fit that,” Timbaland announced in an interview with Variety.


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