Justin Timberlake unsure of music

Justin Timberlake.
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JUSTIN Timberlake doesn't know if he wants to make music again.

The 'SexyBack' hitmaker - who has not released a record since 'Until the End of Time' in 2007 - admits he is currently focused on his acting career and though he claims to be constantly composing new songs, is uncertain when he will make a chart return.

Asked when he will release another record, he said: "Does a painter make a painting because he has to make it by December 21st? No, he doesn't. It happens when it pours out of him. That's how music is for me ... I never stop making music. I don't know what else to tell you, except that I just don't know in what capacity I want to be involved anymore ... All I'm saying is, in very simple terms, I'll know when I know. And until I know, I don't know when I'll put another album out."

Despite enjoying acting, Justin believes he has to work even harder to land film roles because of his musical background.

Speaking about his new role in 'The Social Network', he told Entertainment Weekly magazine: "I did a marathon of testing for the film. I tested more than anyone. I have to fight against my music career - I'm cognizant of that. But I didn't care. I loved the part and I wanted to work with David Fincher, the director, so bad that I was like, 'We can read this scene butt-naked if you guys want.' "

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