Justin Timberlake
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Justin Timberlake is finally making his way back to the recording studio, producer Jim Beanz said Tuesday. Move over, Justin Bieber.

"When I get back to the States I'm going to be helping out on 'Shock Value 3' with Timbaland and the Justin Timberlake project," Beanz told Digital Spy.

"It's still in the early stages, but they have a lot of tracks. While I've been over here in the UK, they've been working, so by the time I get back they'll have a whole load of ideas and I'm going to have to catch up!"

He added: "He [Timberlake] has some crazy, crazy stuff."

Jim Beanz has worked with Britney Spears and Katy Perry, according to Digital Spy.

Timberlake doesn't feel any pressure to top his critically acclaimed "Future Sex/Love Sounds" album, Beanz said.

"There are certain artists who live in the moment, and the reason why 'Future Sex/Love Sounds' was so amazing is because he didn't try to top 'Justified,'" he said.

"There are certain artists who can get inside with great charisma and energy and make great music every time. So it's not really about topping the last record, it's more about topping music that comes on the radio."

Beanz continued, "Everything is so similar that it's about topping that and doing something different, and that's what they are going for. He's going to kill it."

Timberlake hasn't made an album since "Future Sex/Love Sounds" in 2006. He's been focusing on making movies in the meantime. While his acting isn't bad, his music is phenomenal.

As the IMDB notes, he's appeared in movies like "In Time," "Friends With Benefits," "Bad Teacher," and "The Social Network."

But while he was making movies he never forgot about music, the singer told Playboy.

"You go through these spurts when you miss it. In a perfect world I'd love to be able to involve myself in music and films as they come and go," he said. "But I'm always writing music, always thinking about ideas for songs."

"Unfortunately, the business of music is what taints an artist's desire to make music," he continued at the time. "I don't want to paint a picture of being jaded, because I love making music. I honestly love it. But there is a level where making music becomes a total life-sucking commitment."

Check out the YouTube video for Timberlake's "Senorita."