Justin Timberlake Wears Pieces By Todd Snyder, Zegna And Neil Barrett In ‘FilthY’ Music Video

Justin Timberlake’s new single, “Filthy,” off his upcoming album “Man of the Woods” and produced with Timbaland and Danja, is already stuck in our heads, and it was released on last Friday. On top of that, everyone is talking about the futuristic music video that goes along with the song, in which the veteran pop star seems to channel Steve Jobs, presenting at a Pan-Asian Deep Learning Conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in the year 2028.
Before introducing the crowd to a robot controlled by his movements, the 36-year-old Tennessee-born star works the stage, expertly singing catchy lyrics like “haters gon’ say it’s fake,” in a black Todd Snyder Turtleneck featuring white stripes around the collar and wrists paired with grey Slim Fit Trousers (£320) by Neil Barrett and  a pair of white Triple Stich Slip-on Sneakers (£475) by Ermenegildo Zegna.
Watch the music video below:

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