Justin Timberlake ‘Supplies’
After getting “Filthy” on his Timbaland-produced single, Justin Timberlake reunites with The Neptunes for “Supplies,” the second release f his upcoming album Man the Woods.
Directed by Dave Meyers and co-starring Eiza González Reyna, the socially-conscious and politically-charged visual opens with J.T. sitting in an empty penthouse staring at a wall television screens. Flashing before him are images police brutality, Black Lives Matter, Harvey Weinstein, the Time’s Up movement, President Trump, and more.
It’s a stunning, sleek visual with special effects and powerful imagery across Los Angeles. At one point, J.T. and Pharrell show up with a team dancers in front the Los Angeles Public Library. Later, a pyramid is blown up on a city rotop.
“I got supplies,” sings Timberlake, while zooming through the night before the post-apocalyptic finale. In the end, a child looks at the screen and screams: “Just leave. Die already. You’re still asleep. Wake up!”
“Filthy” and “Supplies” are set to appear on Man the Woods, which features contributions from Alicia Keys, Chris Stapleton, and Timberlake’s 2-year-old son, Silas. He plans to release two more songs weekly leading up to the album’s Feb. 2 release, followed by his Super Bowl halftime performance on Feb. 4.
Grab your “Supplies” below.