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Major Lazer, Macklemore and Offset also make some fire cameos.

This week's male-dominated #NewMusicFriday is courtesy of Justin Timberlake, Maroon 5, French Montana, The Chainsmokers and A$AP Ferg, and includes some bomb features by Major Lazer, Macklemore and Offset.

Timberlake's music video for his new song, "Supplies," is packed with references to #MeToo, a movement that swept through Hollywood and beyond in 2017, culminating in the #TimesUp campaign that launched at this year's Golden Globes. The apocalyptic video begins with the singer facing a wall of TV screens showing images of fallen mogul Harvey Weinstein, a protester wearing a shirt that reads "The Future is Female," and images showing the words "Me, Too" -- all mixed with other social injustices, including LGBTQ rights, immigration and police brutality. Regardless of what you think of the song, the video is at least a visual delight.

This week, French Montana dropped "Famous" along with its accompanying music video, which he shot when he traveled back to his homeland of Morocco. The entire video oozes of his people's culture and scenery, and at one point, French even visits his grandmother's grave.

Maroon 5 also released new music, only their video for "Wait" is a bit more lighthearted, showing Adam Levine using various Snapchat filters throughout the whole video.

See these and all of TooFab's picks for best new music below.

'Supplies' - Justin Timberlake

'Wait' - Maroon 5

'Famous' - French Montana

'Sick Boy' - The Chainsmokers

'Family' - A$AP Ferg

'Miss You' - Cashmere Cat ft. Major Lazer and Tory Lanez

'Dancing' - Kylie Minogue

'These Days' - Rudimental ft. Jess Glynne, Macklemore and Dan Caplen

'No Drama' - Tinashe ft. Offset

'All Out' - Haley & Michaels

'Contact High' - Caitlyn Smith

'Don't Got One' - Hailey Knox

'Good Guys Go' - Cub Sport

'Fire on the Highway' - FF5

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