It was only released on Youtube yesterday, but Justin Timberlake's new single has already amassed over 320,000 views.
The singer penned what some are declaring this summer's anthem for Dreamworks Animation's Trolls, which means children of the 80s (Timberlake include) must dig out their troll collections in celebration.
The Tennessee native has been teasing the song for a couple of weeks, and according to Us Weekly, this is the first time we've heard new music from Timberlake since the birth of his son, Silas in April 2015.
Timberlake stars in the movie alongside Anna Kendrick, Gwen Stefani, James Corden, Ron Funches and The Big Bang Theory's Kunal Nayyar, all of whom took part in the music video.
Timberlake opened the music video in a studio surrounded by family and friends, none of whom can dance, PS.
That's what makes it so fun, though; The song is so infectious that you can't help but dance along to it, blissfully unaware that you don't have an ounce of rhythm in your body.
The song is upbeat, happy and will likely be recreated by fans via viral video throughout the next few months. Plus, it kind of makes Timberlake even more adorable because you know he's thinking about dancing along to the beat with Silas.
"I've never slept less and dealt with more poop, and been so excited about it!" Timberlake told People of fatherhood back in November.
Two months before that, Timberlake traded baby stories with pal Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show.
"It is the most insanely amazing, most beautiful, unbelievable thing that can ever happen to you," Timberlake gleefully admitted.
Though he and wife, Jessica Biel are super-private, I'm really hoping for a ten-second clip of Silas bouncing along to dad's newest single via Instagram.
Trolls opens in theaters November 4th.