Here is Justin Timberlake’s third single ‘Say Something’ featuring Chris Stapleton produced by Timbaland & Danja directed by La Blogothèque.Man Of The Woods is due February 2.
Justin Timberlake has shared a new behind-the-scenes video about the making of his forthcoming album Man Of The Woods. The clip features appearances from Timbaland, Pharrell, Chad, Jessica Biel and Chris Stapleton, as well as previews of new music. Man Of The Woods is out February 2 (via RCA). It’s led by the single “Filthy,” his next single is called ‘Supplies’ produced by The Neptunes whch will be out tonight!
Justin Timberlake – Man Of The Woods (2018) (February 2)
01 - Filthy (Timbaland & Danja)
02 - Midnight Summer Jam (The Neptunes)
03 - Sauce (Timbaland & Danja)
04 - Man Of The Woods (The Neptunes)
05 - Higher, Higher (The Neptunes)
06 - Wave (The Neptunes)
07 - Supplies (The Neptunes)
08 - Morning Light feat. Alicia Keys) (Rob Knox)
09 - Say Something feat. Chris Stapleton (Timbaland & Danja)
10 - Hers (Interlude) (Justin Timberlake)
11 - Flannel (The Neptunes)
12 - Montana (The Neptunes)
13 - Breeze Off The Pond (The Neptunes)
14 - Livin’ Off The Land (The Neptunes)
15 - The Hard Stuff (Rob Knox)
16 - Young Man (Timbaland & J-Roc)
Missy Elliott invented the future. At least that’s what it felt like in the summer of 1997 when the mastermind dropped her debut album Supa Dupa Fly. With the bracing production of her trusted partner in creation, Timbaland, the two birthed a sonic anthology of black experimentalism and soul. Missy’s boldness sprawls into every crevice of the LP as she reimagines every genre trope you could ever think of while maintaining her own sense of self.
Timeless jams like “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)”,” and “Sock It 2 Me” have an enriching pulse that still echoes 20 Years Later. For the 20th Anniversary of Supa Dupa Fly, The FADER spoke to some of her closest friends and collaborators about Missy’s legacy, how they felt when they first heard the album, and what its impact means to music and culture after two decades.
Me and Missy never payed attention to what others were doing. We just did what was in our spirit and in our soul. We loved hip-hop and R&B — the music itself — but we weren’t looking to what was popular or what was going on. We just did our thing. Chemistry isn’t really developed — it’s usually there. With me and [Missy], it was there from day one. You can’t really develop chemistry. You can develop a way to do great music, but there’s great music and then there’s special music. What me and Missy do is special. It’s like when you meet your soulmate — Missy is my soulmate in music.
Timbaland just bought a waterfront condo under construction in Miami’s Arts & Entertainment District who’s closed on two units at Aria on the Bay, Cervera Real Estate’s John Parsiani said. Parsiani, a senior sales executive for the project, declined to provide a price. Sources said the units were listed for about $4 million. His combined condo spans more than 4,700 square feet with an additional 1,300 square feet of terrace space.
Tim Elmes of Coldwell Banker and Marc Hameroff of Engel & Völkers Miami represented the record producer. Elmes could not immediately be reached for comment. Timbaland, who has worked with artists like Ginuwine, Aaliyah, Justin Timberlake, Jay-Z and Ludacris, will be able to move in soon. The Melo Group plans to get its certificate of occupancy for Aria on the Bay by March, Parsiani said. The 53-story, 648-unit building at 1770 North Bayshore Drive is nearly 90 percent sold.