Justin Timberlake 'Not The Type Who Rushes' A New Album

'For me it is about the process — the discovery of whatever it is it's going to be,' singer says of finding his new sound.

[artist id="1231683"]Justin Timberlake[/artist] brought sexy back in 2006 with his second solo album, FutureSex/LoveSounds, and since then he's kept himself busy working in the studio with a myriad of other pop stars ranging from Madonna to Rihanna. But fans eagerly anticipate what Timberlake has up his sleeve for his next musical venture — but it could be long wait.

These days, Justy T is a little too busy concocting hits for other artists to pen any of his own. "We just went into the studio with Jamie Foxx and did a couple things for him and it was kind of nice to write R&B again," he told MTV News. "It was kind of refreshing, and I feel like we're putting a new spin on it — but as far as things for myself, I haven't really made a commitment in my mind about what I want it to sound like."

Timberlake is waiting for some inspiration to hit him before he decides on his next solo direction. "So, until it kind of slaps me in the face, I'm going to tinker around with everything," he said. "I'm obviously not the type of artist who rushes anything. I've done, like, two records in the last eight years."

Timberlake enjoys the process of making music too much to rush it. "You know, I just believe that the process is what it's really all about. And if you make the process [like] what I was able to have the luck of tapping into for the first two [albums], the end comes out the way it comes out," he explained. "For me it is about the process — the discovery of whatever it is it's going to be. That's the most fun part."