The follow-up to 'The 20/20 Experience' will come out before the singer's first solo tour in six years
Justin Timberlake is to release a new album in September, his record label RCA has confirmed.
The album comes just six months after the singer’s comeback with ‘The 20/20 Experience’ – his first new material in seven years. The record will reportedly include 10 new songs and outtakes and is due for release on September 30.
Timberlake will also embark on his first solo international tour in six years in October, starting in Montreal on October 31 and concluding in Omaha, Nebraska in February. Promoters Live Nation are expected to announce dates in the UK, Europe, Australia and South America soon.
The singer will also be joining Jay-Z on his Legends Of The Summer stadium tour, including a headline appearance at this year’s Yahoo! Wireless Festival in London. The event takes place between July 12-14 at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. ‘The 20/20 Experience’ hit Number One in the Official UK Album Chart and spent three weeks at the top of the US charts.