Justin Timberlake just expelled a new lane and music video with Chris Stapleton. “Say Something” comes from JT’s arriving album, Man of the Woods, which is set to dump Feb 2nd, 2 days before he will title the halftime Super Bowl show on Feb 4th.
The 36-year-old thespian partnered up with country music artist, Chris Stapleton, and everyone’s fun to pronounce director, La Blogothèque, for the six-minute video. In the vid, we see Timberlake collect up his guitar and walk by the grand Bradbury Building (in Los Angeles) to meet up with Stapleton. The twin then jams together in the building, and are eventually accompanied by an considerable 60-person choir.
La Blogothèque shared sum about the video on Thursday after it was released, telling Instagram followers, “17 musicians, a 60 people choir, 5 floors, 2 elevators, 1 camera and so many microphones: it’s @justintimberlake and @chrisstapleton new video clip…”
JT’s new manuscript is presumably a bit of a depart from his common cocktail character influence. For Man of the Woods, he dug into his Southern roots in hunt of some of that Tennessee twang. Speaking of his arriving fifth studio album, he said “I consider where we grew up in America has a lot of influence. Growing up in Tennessee—very executive of the country—Memphis is famous as the hearth of stone roll, but also the home of the blues, but Nashville’s right down the street so there’s a lot of country music.”
In the coming days, I’m certain you’ll be conference much some-more from JT as he prepares for the recover of Man of the Woods and a good little Super Bowl performance.