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Timbo comes out with a previously unreleased track that he dropped via his 'Timbaland Thursdays'.
'We've seen the reports surfacing that they have been confirmed to participate but that is not the case,' so a rep claims, clarifying rumors of Missy and Timbo's involvement in the Drake-led album.
Commenting on report that Drizzy is producing Aaliyah's posthumous record, the 'Morning After Dark' hitmaker claims that he and Missy Elliott should also be working on the project.
The music video for Timbaland and Ne-Yo's collaboration which is featured in the soundtrack of 'Step Up Revolution' is out and features actress Kathryn McCormick.
This year's line-up will include a special performance from femcee Elliott who will make this a comeback performance since announcing her autoimmune disease.
The 'Shock Value' rapper and the 'Planet Pit' MC are basking in the sun with some female eye-candies, while David Guetta runs a sold-out concert in town.
The 'Skyscraper' singer turns up the beat in her newly-released song, singing about staying up all night long with the guy she sets her sights on.
The heavily-Auto-Tuned song will be added to the deluxe package of Chris Brown's March 22 album 'F.A.M.E.'
The 'Shock Value' producer/rapper kicks off his 'Thursday' music catering with a new track featuring Missy Elliott.
The not-yet-titled song for the in-rehab songstress is revealed in a more-than-1-minute demo with a bit of Timbaland's verses added here and there.
Offering an explanation why people thought he was contemplating suicide after a burglary, the rapper says, 'I wasn't talking, so I guess people got worried.'
The judges ranging from big recording artists to major label executives will determine the winners based on Creativity, Originality, Lyrics, Melody and Arrangement.
Dr. Dre brought his pal to the stage of Culver City High gymnasium and got cheered by the teenagers.
While Timbaland is working behind the mixing table, Michelle Branch is sitting on a high chair in recording booth while singing and strumming her guitar.
Musician David Cortopassi sued the producer for using a part of his song 'Spazz' for 'Throw It on Me' without consent but has now settled it for undisclosed amount.