Justin Timberlake Releases "The 20/20 Experience," Confirms Follow-Up Album Rumors

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Give Justin Timberlake credit: when he comes back to music, he really comes back to music.

Having spent the last few weeks promoting his new album ("The 20/20 Experience") absolutely everywhere - from hosting Saturday Night Live to sticking around Jimmy Fallon all week as the musical guest - JT announced at a release party yesterday that even more new songs are on the way.

Justin Timberlake at Album Release Party

"I've got to clear up the rumors," the singer said. "This whole thing about this only being the first part ... is true. There is another half. I'm not giving you a release date."

Reports, however, claim the second new album of 2013 will be available in November.

Timberlake sang three songs from the new album at the shindig in Los Angles:  "Mirrors,"" Suit & Tie" and the Latin-infused "Let the Groove Get In."

However, he says the final song on the CD, "Blue Ocean Floor," is the most "unique." It was inspired by British rock group Radiohead.

Why wait so long between albums and then release TWO in a matter of months? Justin explained to Ryan Seacrest:

"I definitely enjoy all the entertaining but music is definitely the most special thing to me, and that's probably why I wait so long in between records, because for me, no pun intended, it's an experience."

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