Singer-actor Justin Timberlake,who released the second volume of The 20/20 Experience in September, revealed that he doesn't plan to take a seven-year break from music again.
Speaking to Hollywood Outbreak about whether he has plans for another record, he said, "If I had to answer that question now I would say no, but you never know. When you have a vision and you have something to say then it's time to say it, I don't think you can rush it. "But I will say that making all this music again opened me up in a way that because we did wait so long everything felt fresh and new again." The star added that he believes his next project will be different from The 20/20 Experience.
"I can tell you that if we were to do it again soon then it probably wouldn't be 20-25 songs. It would probably be a different effort towards something else, but that could be exciting. "The answer is I have no idea but my gut tells me that I don't think it's going to be seven years," he said.
Timberlake will kick off his, 20/20 Experience World Tour, with a show at Brooklyn's Barclays Center on November 6.