Justin Timberlake Releases Epic New Single 'Say Something'

29 January 2018

It's no secret that Justin Timberlake is one of the biggest performers in the world. Nevertheless, few could have predicted the exact scale of his return to music this year. Just this month he's released two huge singles and music videos ('Filthy', 'Supplies'). And he's not stopping. He's just dropped an amazing Chris Stapleton duet called 'Say Something'.

That's not all though. Just like 'Filthy' and 'Supplies', 'Say Something' comes with its own visual.

Yes. Justin really is out here delivering all of the goods. The single sees the 'Mirrors' singer embrace country and deliver some of the best vocals of his career to date. Not to mention, the chorus is massive and Chris complements Justin perfectly on it.

Plus the video captures the musicianship of the stars so well that it's impossible not to love it.

"Say Something" isn't the first time that the two artists have worked together either. Back in 2015, Justin and Chris joined forces to perform a medley of Stapleton's 'Tennessee Whiskey' and Timberlake's 'Drink You Away' at the Country Music Awards.

Nevertheless, hearing them actually sing on a record together is nothing short of sublime.

"Say Something" is the third single from Justin's upcoming fifth album Man of the Woods, which is out this Friday (February 2!) ahead of Justin's halftime slot at the Super Bowl.

We can't wait to see him perform tracks from it. Fingers crossed that Chris joins him!

Words: Sam Prance/MTV UK


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