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"Man of the Woods" will drop days before his Super Bowl Halftime Show performance.

Justin Timberlake just announced he'd be releasing his most "personal" album thus far -- "Man of the Woods" -- on Feb. 2.

And although "Man of the Woods" won't be released for another month, Timberlake promised his fans he'd release one of the album's songs as early as this Friday.

"This album is really inspired by my son, my wife, my family, but more so than any other album I've ever written where I'm from, and it's personal," Timberlake says in the sneak peek promo he dropped Tuesday morning. "Man of the Woods" will be Timberlake's first studio album in over four years.

Wife Jessica Biel and son Silas appear in the minute-long teaser, joining the "SexyBack" singer in various landscapes.

"It feels like mountains, trees, campfires, like wild west, like now," an unidentified woman's voice says in the teaser.

Pharrell Williams also makes a cameo in the video, saying, "It feels so earthy, it's just where you are in your life right now." He's later shown in the studio with Timberlake working on music and letting out an excited, "That -- is a smash."

"Man of the Woods" will be released two days before Timberlake's highly anticipated Super Bowl halftime show performance on Feb. 4.

Twitter seemed pretty split about the news. As some celebrated the arrival of new Timberlake music, others reacted with jokes, memes and some serious shade. See some of the best reactions below.

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