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Timbaland to Make Jay-Z's New LP a Big Hit

July 17, 2008 07:14:50 GMT

The famous music producer has confirmed to the press that he will be producing the rapper's upcoming record and promised to make it a phenomenal one.


Timbaland to Make Jay-Z's New LP a Big Hit
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Rap music fans are about to listen to a masterpiece album from Jay-Z which will be entirely produced by Timbaland. At least that's what the famous producer promised as he was interviewed by MTV earlier this week saying, "I'mma make it a classic too. You better believe it. It'll be a monster!"

Confirming about his involvement in Jay-Z's upcoming LP, Timbaland said "He wants me to do the whole thing this time around." The producer then also added his belief that the rapper's new record will a big hit saying, "The Jay-Z album is gonna be phenomenal. You know why? We don't care. We're doing great music just to do it. We doing it for our fans who love us to say we ain't quit. I'm doing it 'cause that's my homeboy."

Moreover, Timbaland also stated that he will add some special features to make the upcoming record accepted in all kinds of the world. "We wanna go to the world. The world is 'Big Pimpin'.' 'Big Pimpin' ' is an international hit, so we wanna do 10 of those. Meaning, some of the songs gonna sound like M.I.A. would rap on some of the beats. You gonna be like, 'Whoa!' But it's Jay on 'em. That means it reaches everywhere. I'mma have songs with bagpipes. The music is gonna be so worldwide."

Beside talking about his plan for Jay-Z's new record on the interview, Timbaland also promotes the latest album that he has finished producing, which is Chris Cornell's. The producer claimed that Chris' yet-to-be-titled new record is the best that he has produced so far and it even beats Justin Timberlake's "FutureSex/LoveSounds". "It's the best work I've done so far. I could be like, 'Wow. I really took it there.' It beats Justin's album," Timbaland said.

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