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The song, which Bey previews in a cute video featuring her and her daughter Blue Ivy, was reportedly titled 'Bounce' and it was previously previewed during Robinson Cano's birthday party in 2013.
After revealing that she'd start working on new music with Tim, Elliott shares on Twitter a photo of her cooking up something in the studio with the producer.
Following her appearance with Katy Perry at last week's Super Bowl, the 'Work It' raptress reveals she's working on music again although she refuses to say much about a comeback album.
The rapper/producer shared a 'full preview' of the infidelity-themed track during a recent session on live-stream site HangWith.
Fans are not happy with the TV movie as well and some blast the network for romanticizing Aaliyah's illegal relationship with R. Kelly.
Canadian actress Chattrisse Dolabaille and 'Mirror Mirror' star Izaak Smith are to play the two hip-hop aces in the Lifetime biopic.
In the Director X-directed visuals, the singer finds love as she walks through the streets in a white crop top, tight pants and funky sneakers.
Tim says that his new album, which was formerly titled 'Texbook Timbo', will only feature him, Cee-Lo Green and a new artist named V.
The song is the second release from the singer's forthcoming third studio album that's expected to be released later this year.
He was not comfortable with the politics surrounding the involvement of Drake and the exclusion of Timbaland.
The lyric video for the star-studded single follows a young woman who's apparently looking for something in an abandoned building.
The new song has previously been previewed by the superstar producer when touring with Jay-Z on 'Marga Carter World Tour'.
The music producer's wife is asking for child support for a kid from her previous relationship, among others.
Timbaland will perform at all dates of the European leg of Jay-Z's Magna Carta tour, which kicks off at U.K.'s Manchester Arena on October 3.
The producer says that collaborating with the late King of Pop is the idea of L.A. Reid, the CEO of Epic Records.