The ‘Can’t Stop the Feeling’ hitmaker and his collaborator co-wrote and co-produced the funky song from ‘TROLLS World Tour’ soundtrack album with Ludwig Goransson.
- Mar 11, 2020
AceShowbiz – Justin Timberlake has released another feel-good anthem. Days after dropping his SZA collaboration titled “The Other Side”, the “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” hitmaker unleashed a brand new song that features Anderson .Paak and is jammed-packed will positive vibes.
Making its debut on Apple Music on Tuesday, March 10, “Don’t Slack” is one of the soundtracks from “TROLLS: World Tour” album that is set to be released on Friday, March 13. It is co-written and co-produced by the former member of NSYNC himself along with .Paak and Ludwig Goransson.
The song kicks off with .Paak singing, “I’m up before the rooster, you dig?/ I had to jump the moon to get big,” Later, Timberlake chimes, “Imagine all the lives that we could change/ You don’t even know the power you got in them legs.” They harmonize their voices when belting out, “OK now, don’t slack/ I need all my racks/ No, we don’t hold back/ Act like you know that.”
Aside from Timberlake, SZA and .Paak, “TROLLS: World Tour” album will also feature the likes of Anna Kendrick, James Corden, Kelly Clarkson, George Clinton and Mary J among others. Meanwhile, the sequel to 2016’s “Trolls” itself will arrive in theaters across the country on April 10.
When speaking of his collaboration with .Paak, Timberlake teased on future joint project with the “Tints” singer. “I hope he doesn’t mind that I’m gonna say this right now, but we talked about a possible joint project,” he said in a new interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe.
The husband of Jessica Biel continued to spill, “We talked about it, but yeah, he’s a busy man, too. I told him as well, I was like, ‘You need to enjoy your moment, bro.’ He played me new stuff the other day. That dude is so gifted. He’s so good.”
During the chat, the “SexyBack” hitmaker also talked about the possibility of him releasing new solo album. “I’m just in a zone where I’m really enjoying the process again, and I don’t have an agenda to make an album,” he said, “but if it comes together, then it comes together, and in the meantime, I just want to stack records with people that I love, and that I’m inspired by, and that happens to be a ton of people.”
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