Justin Timberlake has dropped his latest single, Filthy, featuring a futuristic video and a dancing robot. And guys, he’s brought sexy back.

The singer announced his new album, Man Of The Woods, on Tuesday, sharing a new country direction to his music, but the new single is anything but country.

It’s pure sexiness from Mr Trousersnake – and it’s called Filfthy.

The video sees Justin play a version of Steve Jobs, introducing a high tech robot to an audience at a conference.

He then slinks off stage to leave the robot to do his thing, demonstrating the technology’s prowess at pouring water and remaining upright when pushed.

All standard stuff, until the music kicks in and suddenly the robot starts taking on Timberlake’s moves – including a naughty crotch grab.

Justin Timberlake drops video for new single Filthy featuring crotch-grabbing robot
Justin is back! (Picture: YouTube)

The 36-year-old 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.’


He co-wrote the risque sing along with Timbaland, Danja, James Fauntleroy and Lawrence Dopson.

Justin Timberlake drops video for new single Filthy featuring crotch-grabbing robot
The robot broke down some Timberlake-esque moves (Picture: YouTube)

He’ll be releasing three more videos in the run up to his album release.

‘This album is really inspired by my son, my wife, my family, but more so than any other album I’ve ever written, where I’m from – it’s personal,’ he said in a trailer for the record.

Taking us down south, Justin combines traditional American rock with a modern day twist, labeling the project one of his ‘most ambitious albums to date, both sonically and lyrically’. Previewing a more country clad, Tennesse inspired style with visuals, Justin takes the the title quite literally. You guessed it, he’s in the woods folks.


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