Justin Timberlake unveils new track 'TKO' - listen

The second volume of 'The 20/20 Experience' will be released on September 30

Justin Timberlake unveils new track 'TKO' - listen

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Justin Timberlake has shared new track 'TKO' ahead of the release of the second part of two-album series 'The 20/20 Experience', due out on September 30.

The track, which clocks in at a lengthy 7.06 minutes, is produced by Timbaland and features a guest rap alongside scratchy beats and laid-back vocals from Timberlake. Scroll down to listen.

'The 20/20 Experience' is also set to include recent single 'Take Back The Night', as well as collaborations with Drake and Jay-Z. A deluxe edition of the record, featuring both parts of 'The 20/20 Experience' and entitled 'The Complete Experience', will also be made available on the same day of release.


It was also recently revealed that the average length track on Timberlake's album is over six and a half minutes minutes long.

The album is set to clock in at a hefty 74 minutes and 28 seconds, with the shortest song on the album being the Drake-featuring 'Cabaret' (04.32), and the longest song being album closer 'Not A Bad Thing' (an epic 11.28). 'The 20/20 Experience - Part One' was similarly lengthy and weighed in at 70 minutes long, but the second part is due to surpass this.

The tracklisting for 'The 20/20 Experience - Part Two' is as follows:

'Gimme What I Don’t Know (I Want)'- 5.15
'True Blood' - 9.31
'Cabaret' - 4.32
'T K O' - 7.04
'Take Back The Night' - 5.55
'Murder' - 5.07
'Drink You Away' - 5.31
'You Got It On' - 5.55
'Amnesia' - 7.04
'Only When I Walk Away' - 7.04
'Not A Bad Thing' - 11.28



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