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    Justin Timberlake Reveals the Meaning of His ‘Man of the Woods’ Album Title

    Just days before his Man of the Woods release, Justin Timberlake revealed the meaning behind the album’s title. It’s not what some fans may think.

    Wednesday was Timberlake’s birthday and he was definitely feeling himself. He took to social media to share clips of new music, selfie videos and even the meaning of his album title. While getting his birthday buzz (cut), JT played a clip of a new song saying, “I feel like Khaled right now.”

    “By the way, the album is named after my son,” he said matter of factly. “His name means ‘of the woods’ so stop telling me I’m making a country album.” Timberlake couldn’t help but laugh after explaining it. According to SheKnows, the Latin meaning of Silas is “of the forest.”

    Throughout the course of his birthday, Timberlake released two more song clips in selfie videos. One was the infectious track, “Montana,” which he showed off while on the Super Bowl field. The other was “Higher, Higher.” He danced along to that one in the car while continuing his birthday celebration.

    Man of the Woods drops tonight at midnight — just days before Timberlake will play the Super Bowl halftime show. While it’s safe to assume he’ll play the album’s lead single, “Filthy,” there’s no limit to what else could happen. Will JT bring out a surprise guest? Will he do an unbelievable dance move? Only time will tell.

    Grab your copy of Man of the Woods and let us know your prediction for Timberlake’s halftime show in the comments below.

    Man of the Woods Track Listing:

    1. “Filthy”
    2. “Midnight Summer Jam”
    3. “Sauce”
    4. “Man of the Woods”
    5. “Higher, Higher”
    6. “Wave”
    7. “Supplies”
    8. “Morning Light” (feat. Alicia Keys)
    9. “Say Something” (feat. Chris Stapleton)
    10. “Hers” (Interlude)
    11. “Flannel”
    12. “Montana”
    13. “Breeze of the Pond”
    14. “Livin’ Off the Land”
    15. “The Hard Stuff”
    16. “Young Man”

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