After teasing the music video to his latest single "Take Back the Night" in a series of sneak peeks on Tuesday morning, Justin Timberlake finally debuted the clip in full.
The music video to "Take Back the Night" was shot in various locations around New York City, including a downtown club, Times Square, and live from Yankee Stadium during Timberlake's recent tour stop with Jay-Z. The music video is full of footage of JT doing NYC things like hitting up a bodega, having dance-offs in the street with a little kid, and schmoozing in the club. Take a look at the "Take Back the Night" video above.
Released July 12, "Take Back the Night" is the first single off of Timberlake's upcoming album. Due out in September, "The 20/20 Experience - 2 of 2" will serve as a follow-up to Timberlake's successful third studio album, "The 20/20 Experience."
“I originally recorded a massive amount of material and decided on the 20 tracks that I wanted on the album over a year ago," Timberlake said in a statement about the upcoming album. "But, when I was mixing and going through all of the songs there were so many that I loved - I couldn't resist... I had to throw in something extra on the second half."