Justin Timberlake has dropped his comeback single.
The 35-year-old singer has unveiled his first solo single, 'Can't Stop The Feeling', after a three year hiatus.
Taking to Twitter to announce the exciting news, he wrote: "Friday starts NOWWWW! #CantStopTheFeeling #DreamWorksTrolls (sic)"
The song is classically Justin, with its infectious beat and falsetto chorus and it gives his supporters a chance to hear what kind of music he plans to make for the soundtrack, which he is executive producing, to the upcoming animation film 'Trolls'. For the film, which is slated for release on November 4, Justin will also be voicing a character named Branch.
His new release has spurred hope in fans that he might be unveiling a new solo album soon.
Meanwhile, Justin previously teased he was in the early stages of a music collaboration with 'Happy' hitmaker Pharrell Williams.
Admitting he didn't want to discuss it in too much detail incase it turns out to be completely different, he said: "It's so in its infancy at the moment. I couldn't say. Plus I don't want to talk about it right now.
"Just because there may be a longer length of time that this stuff that we are working on right now, when it comes out it may turn into something completely different."
And the former *NSYNC star - who has 12-month-old son Silas Randall with his wife Jessica Biel - also admitted it was Pharrell and producer Chad Hugo who inspired him to release a solo album.
He said: "I remember feeling like, I was like, 'I have to do my own record and I have to go solo'.
"And I knew that when I walked in and I heard that, it was a confirmation that these two guys were the answer to everything that I wanted to do."