A song said to have been recorded by Justin Timberlake, called "Take You Down," has leaked online, although the Grammy-winning singer and "Social Network" actor has not commented about it.
It is also unclear if the song is a new track or an older demo. Timberlake last released music of his own in 2007, with singles such as "Summer Love," LoveStoned" and "Until the End of Time" with Beyonce, from his 2006 album "FutureSex/LoveSounds."
He also contributed vocals to Jamie Foxx's single, "Winner," which was the official theme song for the 2010 NBA playoffs and was released in April, and to Esmee Denters' song, "Love Dealer," which came out in May. In "The Social Network," Timberlake, 29, played Napster co-founder Sean Parker. The movie tells of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's rise to fame and legal battles with his fellow Harvard students and alumni.
Timberlake was named Harvard University's Hasty Pudding Theatricals Man of the Year. The school deemed the pop and R&B singer, who was once part of the boy band N' Sync, one of "pop culture's most influential entertainers." Timberlake has never attended college himself.
Timberlake also stars in the new movie adaption of the popular "Yogi Bear" franchise, which is currently in theaters. He also appears in the new film "Now," which is set to be released in 2011 and which tells of a futuristic society where people cannot age and can only remain alive as long as they pay for it, which helps control overpopulation.