He goes on to talk about when he and Jessica first welcomed their 3-years old Silas Randall he was practically incompetent, "I've never felt more inept in my life".
The video, directed by Dave Meyers - who has previously worked on Kendrick Lamar videos such as Loyalty and Humble - shows Justin Timberlake watching a series of TV screens showing images of Harvey Weinstein, anti-Trump protests and more.
Justin explains, "Everybody tells you that your life is going to change and you're like, whatever I got it". I'm ruined after today. And while the Man of the Woods singer is inspired by fatherhood, he also admits that it's often anything but easy. I think we actually are here because we deserve the opportunity to speak up, to say when something is not right. It's not a responsibility, it's our privilege.
"I was like, "Wow I really made an R&B album.' I really wanted to make an R&B album", he said of his 2006 record Justified".
Barkley fit for Brighton clash: Conte
I agree with the player for the first yellow card, but I don't agree with the player for the second yellow card. Conte expressed sympathy for Morata regarding his sending-off against Norwich .
The 7th Heaven actress continued: "'I understand that about my peers - about being focused and driven - and if you have someone who shares the same values as you, it's like, 'Score!"
Recent family man Justin Timberlake is ready to show a new side of him in his upcoming Man of the Woods album.
The "Filthy" singer also feels that his upcoming album - which will be released February 2, just days before he takes the stage for the Super Bowl LII halftime show - is deeply personal and shows how he's matured since becoming a father.
"I don't know that a lot of people know that", Timberlake says.