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Justin Timberlake Streaming New Song 'Can't Stop The Feeling'

05/06/2016
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(Radio.com) Justin Timberlake released his new song a day earlier than expected. The popstar delivered "Can't Stop The Feeling" on Thursday and the song is part of Timberlake's work on the Trolls movie soundtrack, which he executive produced.

The accompanying video features the cast of the film dancing and singing along to the beat, some in the recording studio with him and some around town. Among the celebs having fun with Timberlake's new track are Gwen Stefani, James Cordon, Anna Kendrick and Ron Funches.

It's the first new music from JT since his 2013 release, The 20/20 Experience, which was delivered as two parts, in March and September respectively. Listen to the song here.

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