Iggy Azalea - New Bitch (Co-Produced By Timbaland) (14')

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Australian rapper Iggy Azalea's second studio album The New Classic just leaked on the net and you will notice that somehow Timbaland didn’t make the final cut on it, although we have to rely on this Guardian Review of the album, where they say that Timbaland actually Co-Produced the tune ‘New Bitch’, which doesn’t really sound like it, nonetheless, check out the tune below, and stay tuned for more information, thanks to thepestilence.

Iggy Azalea - New Bitch (Co-Produced By Timbaland) (14') *theguardian.com

Michael Jackson - Xscape (Deluxe Edition) Will Have 17 Tracks, Now On iTunes

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The MJ team just revealed on iTunes, that there will be 17 Tracks on the Deluxe Version of Michael Jackson’s Xscape including 2 Videos, you can already Pre-Order the album now on iTunes, the album is due May 13th. "There are the numbers with the classic, retro feel of Off The Wall, complete with orchestrations. Then there are the tracks where Reid’s ‘contemporising’ comes more into play, with a harder- hitting, electronic backdrop.

With swish disco strings and youthful sounding vocals, two of the first three tracks fall into the former category, harking back to the Seventies and Eighties. Echoes of Jackson’s glory years abound elsewhere: one song adopts a groove similar to the immortal Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’; another track, A Place With No Name, combines glam-rock drums with a bassline reminiscent of the 1987 hit The Way You Make Me Feel."


Two of the more contemporary tracks will be familiar to hardened Jacko-watchers. The busy Slave To The Rhythm was recorded in 1991 and earmarked for the Dangerous album. A Cover Version By Justin Bieber leaked onto the net last year. But, as with many of the funkier tracks here, the booming blend of synths and strings give the song a cluttered feel, suggesting the producers have sometimes gone too far in polishing their rough diamond.

Much the same applies to the album’s title track, beefed up from a version recorded at the same time as 2001’s Invincible. Here, though, a whooping Jackson is in imperious form. When critics were invited to this week’s playback, the attendant email heralded these songs as ‘the best you’ve never heard’. That may be the case. Jackson had reportedly stockpiled more than 200 Unfinished Tracks before his death, but few are likely to possess the quality of these expertly updated period pieces. Image Hosted by UploadHouse.com
Michael Jackson - Xscape (Deluxe) (2014) (May 13th)
  1. Love Never Felt So Good
  2. Chicago (Timbaland)
  3. Lovin’ You
  4. A Place With No Name
  5. Slave To The Rhythm (Timbaland)
  6. Do You Know Where Your Children Are
  7. Blue Gangsta
  8. Xscape (Darkchild)
  9. Love Never Felt So Good (Original)
  10. Chicago (Original)
  11. Lovin’ You (Original)
  12. A Place With No Name (Original)
  13. Slave To The Rhythm (Original)
  14. Do You Know Where Your Children Are (Original)
  15. Blue Gangsta (Original)
  16. Xscape (Original)
  17. Untitled
  18. Untitled (Video)
  19. Untitled (Video)
*dailymail.co.uk
*itunes.apple.com

*soundcloud.com/tha-freakness

Michael Jackson - Slave To The Rhythm (DJ Freakiii x Timbaland Mix) (14')

Timbaland - Been It feat. Pharrell & Justin Timberlake (Teaser)


Here is another teaser of Timbaland’s upcoming single titled 'Been It' featuring Pharrell and Justin Timberlake.

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Cherry & Timbaland

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*instagram.com/cherrykdcherry

David Fanning - Drink You Away (Justin Timberlake Cover) (2014)

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Country singer David Fanning made his own Country Version to the Timbaland produced tune ‘Drink You Away’ by Justin Timberlake from his ‘The 20/20 Experience 2 Of 2’ album and even shot the Video for it. The tune is originaly written by Justin Timberlake, Jerome "J-Roc" Harmon, Timbaland and James Fauntleroy, check out the video below directed by Justin Nolan Key. Justin was coming to town to perform at an arena and one of my friends from radio, Storme Warren called me up and told me he was going to have him on his show.

Then he asked me if I’d be interested in doing a country version of one of Justin’s songs to play for him while he was in the studio. I had three days before he was going to be there so I told him that I’d give it a try. I hopped in the studio that night and recorded the basic track and the next day put on vocals and mixed it. Then I emailed the song over to Storme and he played it for Justin on the radio. The cool thing about it was that everything happened so fast. Sometimes when you produce, there might be a tendency to over think it. For this song, I had no time and it came out just as it was supposed to.”


Thanks to thepestilence.


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