Justin Timberlake says he's 'so excited' about making new music with Lizzo... but keeps the details under wraps
Two of Hollywood's biggest names have joined forces to bring new music to fan's ears.
Justin Timberlake, 38, and Lizzo (birth name Melissa Vivianne Jefferson), 31, have officially revealed they've made music together.
Back in August, the Sexyback singer took to his Instagram to share a video of him and the famous female rapper in the studio together as Justin danced to the new tune.
Big things coming! Justin Timberlake and Lizzo (Melissa Vivianne Jefferson) have officially revealed that they have created music together
'I think she thought I was lying, but we got in and we got a couple of ideas,' Timberlake shared during an interview with ET.
'I'm not going to tell you too much about what we did together in the studio. If she wants to tell you she can, but it's flames. It is so good. I am so excited about it.'
While it has yet to be announced the name of the song and when it drops, the song does appear to be coming soon.
New music: Justin Timberlake has been working on new music. Other than collaborating with Lizzo he has also worked with SZA and Meek Mill
'I worked with SZA the other day and just worked with Meek Mill,' he also shared about his recent collaborations.
'I'm having these experiences that are fueling me in such a different way and, again, I think it was really birthed out of feeling like, what can I do right now to just be a part of my community and integrate.'
The Grammy award winning artist says that he is trying to work with 'young, fresh people' and 'wants to collaborate more' in this phase of his life.
Rocking out: Justin was feeling the music while onstage during the Pepsi Super bowl LII Halftime Show in Minneapolis, MN
Jessica Biel's husband also worked to create a song with Levi's at Stax Music Academy in South Memphis.
'This is the song lab, but this is not the only one,' he said about his new music room.
'This is specific to these instruments, and there's other rooms where they get to work with things hooked up to their laptops, and they can program music as well. I want them to make live music and sequence music and bring it all together.'
He says he hopes kids in the lab are 'able to make their music as well' such as 'Aretha Franklin and Otis Redding, but I also want them to be able to sample them and turn it into something else.'
Powerhouse: Lizzo belts out a powerful tune while in Seattle back in July as she performs at the Capitol Hill Block Party
As for the Truth Hurts singer, she released her hit song back in 2017 left her thinking that her career was over.
'The day I released Truth Hurts was probably one of the darkest days I've had ever in my career. I remember thinking, 'If I quit music now, nobody would notice. This is my best song ever, and nobody cares.' I was like, 'F**k it, I'm done.' And a lot of people rallied; my producer, my publicist and my family, they were like, 'Just keep going because this is the darkest before the dawn,' she said during an interview with People.
And now two years later, that song has skyrocketed her career she says turning her 'darkest days' into her 'brightest triumph.'