Justin Timberlake's latest video is a love letter to New York
Justin Timberlake hearts New York.
The crooner's latest video, for his song "Take Back the Night" on his upcoming album "The 20/20 Experience" Part 2, takes to the streets of the Big Apple in an homage to the city's nightlife scene, dancing from Chinatown to clubs to Yankee Stadium and everywhere in between.
Laced with shots of the Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building and other city staples, the video takes an adoring look at the city as Timberlake dances through the streets - including a dance-off with a young boy in Chinatown.
The video also draws footage from Timberlake's performance at Yankee Stadium earlier this month.
Watch: "Take Back The Night"
Timberlake, 32, who has been nominated for six MTV Video Music Awards this year, including video of the year for "Mirrors," is currently on tour with Jay Z as part of the "Legends of the Summer" tour."
The "Suit & Tie" singer is set to release the "20/20 Experience" Part 2 on Sept. 30, followed by a world tour kicking off Oct. 31.