Justin Timberlake Wins Major Dad Points with His Commitment to Diaper Duty

Justin Timberlake Wins Major Dad Points with His Commitment to Diaper Duty
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Justin Timberlake dropped his first single in two years today, and he's not done making our lives better. This morning, the music sensation and father to 1-year-old son Silas called into Elvis Duran of The Morning Show, where he not only discussed his new song and upcoming album (hell, yes) but also changing diapers. He's a Renaissance man after all.

"It's been a lot of fun writing and creating music for this movie, I've never done anything like this before," Timberlake, who is executive producing the Trolls soundtrack, said. "To be honest, I was a little bit nervous about doing it because you kind of walk in going, 'What are the restrictions?' But it kind of frees you up in a different way and I feel like I came up with something that was maybe not something I would've written before, and something I actually really love!" Same, Justin.

All the extra studio time creating the movie's single "Can't Stop the Feeling" and curating the soundtrack has definitely given Timberlake the bug to start working on his next album, but don't expect it to be dropping anytime soon. "I'm kind of just in the creative process right now and I don't really have a deadline," he said. "For me, when I make an album for myself, it's done when it's done. I honestly don't know, but I am really, really excited with what I'm coming up with because I think it sounds like something I haven't quite done and hasn't quite been done."

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While Timberlake is currently in the midst of creating what is sure to be life-changing music, his life has changed a lot too thanks to the birth of his son. "Having a little man in the house now changes everything!" he gushed. "When I used to clean up my dog's poop, it was like it was a science project; I wouldn't get very close to it. When you have a kid and there's poop, you got to get in there! Nothing trumps your kid's butt cleanliness, so you just have to get in there!" Oh how we love you, Justin.

 
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