Justin Timberlake drops Steve Jobs-inspired video for 'Filthy'

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In the vid, he presents his newest invention-a dancing robot-to the crowd at the Pan-Asian Deep Learning Conference in Malaysia, and blows them away, for better or worse.

The short-clip was directed by American filmmaker Mark Romanek, who has produced music videos for prominent artists including the likes of pop sensation Taylor Swift and rap mogul JAY-Z.

Also, in case it slipped you're mind, he'll be the Pepsi Super Bowl LII Halftime Show performer on Sunday, Feb. 4, effectively putting "Nipplegate" behind him. You don't get it? Disappointing Single. Last two albums were incredible.

"Haters gonna say it's fake", Timberlake sings. It's quite a change from the urban, white-shirt, black-tie look we know from his "FUTURESEX/LOVESOUND" days.

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The album will see its release on February 2, 2018, but will be preceded by four music videos.

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

Filthy by Justin Timberlake on VEVO.

Pharrell, as well as longtime collaborator Timbaland, Alicia Keys and Chris Stapleton are expected to be on the project.