Justin Timberlake Shares Snippets of Three Songs Off 'Man of the Woods' - Listen

The 'Filthy' singer previews on Instagram three songs off his upcoming album 'Man of the Woods', one of which is a Pharrell Williams-produced track entitled 'Higher Higher'.

AceShowbiz - %cJustin Timberlake% clearly knows how to celebrate his birthday. The birthday boy, who turned 37 on Wednesday, January 31, shared on his Instagram account three posts that featured snippets of new songs off his upcoming album "Man of the Woods".

The first was a snippet of an untitled song, which Justin previewed for his fans while getting a "birthday cut". In the clip, he grooved along to a dance beat as he reminded his devoted followers that his latest album is named after his 2-year-old son Silas.

"By the way, the album is named after my son, okay? His name means 'of the woods,' so stop telling me I'm making a country album," he said, laughing. He then shared that he "feels like %cDJ Khaled%" on his birthday.

The second snippet was shared when Justin posted on the photo-sharing platform a short clip of himself rehearsing for the Super Bowl halftime show. This time, Justin shared the title of the song, which is "Montana". In the clip, he danced and lip synced to the song, "Take a light, do you like that?/ 'Cause it likes you back."

Justin shared the last snippet on his way from the rehearsal, exclaiming, "The birthday celebration continues!" while grooving to "Higher Higher", a %cPharrell Williams%-produced track. "Success is cool, money's fine/ But you're special, another level," he sang on the track. "I guess you can say I was lovestruck/ I met you, you was with your brother."

Earlier in the day, wife %cJessica Biel% wished him happy birthday with a heartfelt message that she shared on Instagram. Along with a picture of she and Justin hugging and smiling to each other, she wrote, "A picture says a thousand words. And thank goodness because there aren't enough to express ALL the aspects of my love and respect for you. Here's to a spectacular year ahead."

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