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Justin Timberlake says "I'm Ready!", Returns to Music
By SENATUS News | 11 January 2013

Justin Timberlake has announced his return to music. The star took a break from singing in 2006 to focus on his acting career, chalking up roles in Friends with Benefits, Bad Teacher, In Time and Trouble with the Curve. He explained in a video on justintimberlake.com on Thursday that he waited until he was inspired before taking to the studio to work on new material, but has yet to give a date for or any details of his new release.

Following the announcement, a countdown clock appeared on the screen indicating more information will be available in three days. In the video, he said: 'Someone asked me the other day "So are you just done with music?" It means more to me than to anybody else in the world.

'Look I've only done two albums in 10 years that's the way I really look at it. What does the next decade mean for me? I'm the one who sits and is obsessive about it before you even get to hear it.'

Justin, who shot to claimed working on new music can be 'torture' as he is a perfectionist who only wants to release material he loves.

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