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.
Jay-Z will be joined by one of his collaborators when bringing his Magna Carta World Tour to Europe this October. The Roc Nation mogul has announced that Timbaland will perform at the 17-date tour, which begins at U.K.'s Manchester Arena on October 3.
The rapper and his longtime producer are set to visit European countries like Ireland, Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland and Netherlands. Their upcoming shows will also include four nights at London O2 arena and two consecutive nights at Bercy in Paris, France.
Timbaland has a long history with Jay-Z. The duo has been working together on many projects, including Jay-Z's latest album "Magna Carta... Holy Grail". Earlier this summer, it was revealed that the stars were not on good terms until recently. They had a fallout when working together on 2009's "The Blueprint 3", and made up shortly before recording "MCHG".
Timbaland is currently working on his new album, which is expected to be released in 2014. He recently teased his project with the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson.