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Justin Timberlake reveals ’20/20′ part two track list in a series of Instagram videos

Justin Timberlake performs in July at the Yahoo! Wireless Festival in London. The singer's highly anticipated new album is due to drop Sept. 30.

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Justin Timberlake performs in July at the Yahoo! Wireless Festival in London. The singer’s highly anticipated new album is due to drop Sept. 30.

Justin Timberlake has become a master at provocatively marketing his upcoming projects.

The 32-year-old singer took to Instagram on Thursday to post several videos giving fans a sneak peek of the track listing for “The 20/20 Experience: Part 2 of 2” set to be released in September.

“#The2020Experience#2of2 track listing is being revealed today!! #trackbytrack#imready,” he wrote.

One video shows 11 numbers written in a sketch book, but only No. 5 – – his latest single “Take Back the Night” – – is listed, with the rest blank.

He continued to add clips, with more information in each video. Track No. 1 is listed as “Gimme What I Don’t Know (I Want).” Then, in no particular order, Timberlake continues whetting the appetite of curious fans by naming title after title until the list is complete.

When he was finally done giving titles, Timberlake gave devotees more to anticipate before the album drops Sept. 30.

He first confirmed the release of part two in May on Instagram when he posted a photo of himself with a guitar in a studio, with a handwritten note at the forefront of the photo that read: “The 20/20 Experience (2 of 2) Sept. 30th.”

Justin Timberlake reveals his 11-song track list for 'The 20/20 Experience Part 2' via Instagram.

justintimberlake via Instagram

Justin Timberlake reveals his 11-song track list for ‘The 20/20 Experience Part 2’ via Instagram.

Now, we can all enjoy his next track list, which includes:

“Gimme What I Don’t Know (I Want)”

“True Blood”

“Cabaret”

“T.K.O.”

“Take Back the Night”

“Murder”

“Drink You Away”

“You Got It On”

“Amnesia”

“Only When I Walk Away”

“Not a Bad Thing”

While he puts the finishing touches on his next musical catalog, Timberlake leads the nominees for the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards taking place Aug. 25 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. He is nominated for six moon men including “Video of the Year” for his hit single “Mirrors.”

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