Game delivers this new track to celebrate his birthday, with this #BirthdayService release. This track will not be included on his new album, Jesus Piece.
Nice to see these two back together. This morning that sat in at Power 105′s The Breakfast Club to discuss a handful of topics, including Missy being diagnosed with Graves disease, the Drake/Aaliyah project, Ciara, Nicki Minaj, and what else they have in store for the future.
Hey, it’s been a while. Missy and Tim’s new single hits Itunes on 9/18.
Timbaland’s back, with Ne-Yo joining him for this joint off the Step Up Revolution soundtrack.
Behind the scenes footage of Timbaland talking about how he created Aaliyah’s “Are you that somebody” for the Dr.Dolittle soundtrack. Also, who remembers that ill bootleg remix from The Supafriendz? See below:
Second single from Tim’s Shock Value 3, coming soon.
Timbaland Thursdays continue via Twitter. LISTEN: Timbaland – “Round Da Way Tim” Via: Twitter
Where ya been Missy? Timbaland unleashes something new between him and Missy “I Take My Clothes Off” Elliot for his Timbaland Thursdays series. LISTEN: Timbaland – “Take Ur Clothes Off” (feat. Missy Elliot) Via: Twitter
Not that we’re really clamoring for a new Missy album or anything, but where’s she been? She always managed to bang out some hits for the club, what’s the deal? Timbaland released this outtake from Shock Value 2 this weekend. LISTEN: Missy Elliott + Timbaland – “Swat That Fly” (MP3) Missy Elliott + Timbaland – [cont.]
This track is a good example of why we don’t post unfinished or reference tracks on HipHopSite. Not to dis other blogs, do your thing guys, but it interrupts the creative process. The original version of “Talk That” leaked a year ago and it sucked. This is a vast improvement. Enjoy the track as it [cont.]
MTV Shows The G-Unit’s most talented member speaks on working on his next LP, and how he has been influenced by the music he’s heard while on tour overseas. “The music overseas, the party atmospheres — it’s incredible,” Banks offered. “Don’t get me wrong, I love the club scenes in New York City and the [cont.]
Drake let select members of the press hear pieces of his highly anticipated Thank Me Later LP this week. Winnepeg Free Press blogger, Ace Burpee, spilled some details this morning. Here is what he had to say… In Toronto this afternoon a few of us got an invite from Universal Music to meet Drake and [cont.]
Was having a conversation about this song with DJ 88 and how it compares women to items on a fast food menu. “Ooh girl, you my Chicken Star.” Way to wine and dine a lady, fellas.
Timbaland made a pretty big splash with his initial Shock Value release, churning out three smash hit singles with each “The Way I Are” (feat. Keri Hilson & D.O.E.), “Apologize” (feat. One Republic), and “Give It To Me” (feat. Nelly Furtado). The album went platinum, selling well over 1.1 million copies during it’s first year [cont.]
Disclaimer from the editor: Okay, why the fuck is HipHopSite.Com reviewing the Madonna record? This is “hip-hop” site dot com. Madonna isn’t hip-hop. She’s not even R&B!?!? True, however, when a record – like this one – is exclusively produced by Timbaland and The Neptunes, it doesn’t matter who it’s by, we are going to [cont.]
In the early 1980′s, before acts like Run DMC and The Beastie Boys helped hip-hop become mainstream, MTV was dominated by primarily two types of music – heavy metal and new wave. Sure, Michael Jackson and Prince held down the R&B side of things, but essentially pop music fans were split into two groups – [cont.]
After helping reinvent the careers of both Justin Timberlake and Nelly Furtado last year (both of whom appear here on “Give It To Me”), Timbaland has become the new “go-to guy” for pop production, graduating from his long resume of hip-hop and R&B hits, like Jay-Z’s “Big Pimpin” or Aaliyah’s “Are You that Somebody”, [cont.]
One of the more baffling titles in recent history is Timbaland And Magoo’s Under Construction Part 2. First off, didn’t Missy Elliott release part 1? If so, why the hell has Timbaland put out a part two to what he never released as a part one? Perhaps to make consumers assume that it is the [cont.]
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