Editors' Notes With hints of Americana and help from Chris Stapleton, the pop superstar enters a new chapter. Dually inspired by his Tennessee roots and growing family—Timberlake's son, Silas, was born in 2015—Man of the Woods imbues his signature R&B grooves with harmonica and fiddle. It’s a bold move, but he never drifts too far from home. "The Hard Stuff” and Stapleton collaboration “Say Something” are pop-rock ballads with flickers of Nashville, while the Timbaland-assisted “Filthy” and The Neptunes-produced “Higher Higher” are natural continuations of his beat-minded classics (think: “SexyBack” and “Suit & Tie”). The standout? “Morning Light,” a neo-soul duet with Alicia Keys that’s so textured and expressive, it makes you wonder if there’s anything JT can’t do.

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Filthy
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4:53
 
Midnight Summer Jam
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5:12
 
Sauce
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4:05
 
Man of the Woods
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4:03
 
Higher Higher
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4:18
 
Wave
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4:24
 
Supplies
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3:45
 
Morning Light (feat. Alicia Keys)
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4:03
 
Say Something (feat. Chris Stapleton)
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4:38
 
Hers (Interlude)
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1:01
 
Flannel
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4:49
 
Montana
12
4:39
 
Breeze Off the Pond
13
4:11
 
Livin' Off the Land
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4:53
 
The Hard Stuff
15
3:15
 
Young Man
16
3:45
 

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