Justin Timberlake Goes Country in 'Say Something' Music Video Ft. Chris Stapleton
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The six-minute visuals finds the 36-year-old singer and Chris singing together with a 60-person choir inside the Bradbury building.

AceShowbiz - %cJustin Timberlake% has released another track and music video ahead of the release of his highly-anticipated album "Man of the Woods". This time, the 36-year-old singer/actor teams up with %cChris Stapleton% for country track "Say Something".

The six-minute music video, which was directed by La Blogotheque, finds Justin picking up his guitar and walking around the Bradbury building to meet up with Chris. The pair then sing together as they have a jam session in the building, where a 60-person choir joins their jam session.

"Everybody says say something/ Say something, say something," they sing together. "I don't want to get caught, up in the rhythm of it/ But I can't get help myself, no I can't help myself, no, no/ Caught in the middle of it/ No I can't help myself, no I can't help myself, no, no, no/ Caught up in the rhythm of it."

Shortly after it was released, Blogotheque shared on Instagram details about the video. "17 musicians, a 60 people choir, 5 floors, 2 elevators, 1 camera and so many microphones," he told his followers. "It's @justintimberlake and @chrisstapleton new video clip, shot live by La Blogotheque at the amazing Bradbury Building in Los Angeles."

Chris also took to Twitter to simply say, "Proud to be a part of this my friend @jtimberlake."

Justin's "Man of The Woods" is set to be released on February 2, just two days before his halftime performance at the 2018 Super Bowl LII on February 4. In support of the album, the "Can't Stop the Feeling!" singer will embark on a North American tour.

The tour will be launched on March 13 in Toronto, Ontario and wrap up on May 30 in Memphis. "The tour will be able to bring the outside in," Justin said in the teaser video for the tour. "I want people to see the inspiration for how it ended up sounding. I've never seen that done before."

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