Justin Timberlake Isn't Behind Leaked Track 'Take You Down,' Rep Says

'Justin has no involvement with either the song or the artist,' JT's rep says of tune by Danish recording artist.

Contrary to reports, [article id="1655135"]Justin Timberlake is not the singer[/article] behind a track called "Take You Down," a rep confirmed to MTV News on Monday (January 3). The song, which was reportedly produced by the Neptunes, began circulating on the Internet on Thursday and was believed to be a previously unreleased JT tune.

"Various media outlets recently reported that a song called 'Take You Down' is a new track from Justin Timberlake. These reports are untrue,' the singer's rep said in a statement to MTV News. "Justin has no involvement with either the song or the artist but wants to assure his fans that when he releases new music, they will be the first to know."

Despite the JT resemblance, the track is actually by Danish artist Rasmus Thude and titled "LLL (Love, Liquor, Lick It)." MTV News regrets the error.

Fans will have to wait to hear [article id="1654603"]new music from Timberlake[/article], who has said in a number of recent interviews that he isn't ready to record the follow-up to 2006's FutureSex/ LoveSounds.

"I want to conceptualize something a little bit more," he recently told the Los Angeles Times. "And it's probably because of the experience I'm having working with directors and screenwriters and getting to play cool characters. If that means I come up with, like, my version of 'Ziggy Stardust,' so be it. Who knows? What I've learned from acting in movies, I want to apply to music and see what happens."