Justin Timberlake Channels Steve Jobs in Video Preview for New Single 'Filthy'

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Justin Timberlake isn't exactly getting "filthy" in his new music video. 

The 36-year-old singer took to Instagram on Thursday to tease his new song, "Filthy," just days after announcing his new album, Man of the Woods.

In his video teaser for "Filthy," however, Timberlake couldn't look more clean-cut -- or reminiscent of Steve Jobs. The GRAMMY winner sports a turtleneck and glasses reminiscent of the late Apple mogul in the clip, singing "Hey, if you know what's good" to the crowd, before throwing his arms up and heading up a staircase. The video, directed by Mark Romanek, will drop at 12 a.m. ET/9 p.m. PT.

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Timberlake announced his new album on Tuesday, revealing that it was inspired by his wife, Jessica Biel, and their son, Silas. 

"It's personal," he said in a video showing him cuddling up to his family. Man of the Woods will drop on Feb. 2. See what else to look forward to this year in the video below. 

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