Justin Timberlake has not released new solo music since his 20/20 Experience album in 2013. But fans of the pop star don’t have much longer to wait for new music, as Timberlake will be releasing a song called “Can’t Stop The Feeling” this Friday (May 6).

Although much is not known about the new song dropping Friday, five weeks ago Justin Timberlake shared a picture of himself in the studio with the producer, Timbaland, with the caption, “Currently.” In the past Timbaland has been known as Timberlake’s go-to producer, so the song could be produced by Timbaland. The Kiss Fm twitter account tweeted, “I just heard the new @jtimberlake song!!! OMG! SMASH!!!,” so the song must be a hit no matter who produced it.

Meanwhile, Justin Timberlake is enjoying fatherhood with his one-year-old son Silas Timberlake. Justin’s wife, Jessica Biel dotes on how the father and son duo are more similar than different. “He is a ham, just like his dad — serious ham,” Jessica said of Silas in a Today interview. “He thinks everything is funny. He goofs on me all the time.” Little Silas also has a love for music. “He likes Erykah Badu, and he likes Stevie Wonder” she said. “He likes a groove.” Although little Silas does like his famous Dad’s music, he doesn’t know that it’s his dad’s quite yet. “You know, he hasn’t really seen him on stage or anything like that,” said Biel. “I think once he sees that and connects that dot, then when we play the music, I think he’s going to realize, ‘Oh, that’s Daddy up there.’

Make sure to look out for Justin’s new song Friday.

Check out Justin’s tweets about the song below.

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About The Author Erikka

Erikka is a NYC transplant by way of Philadelphia. She's a writer and media personality for The Radio Failed Podcast and has interviewed artists such as Mickey Factz, Dee1, and more!

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