The two essentially ran pop radio for several years, so this is big.
Ross and co. think the similarities are far too obvious.
Last year Timbaland announced that he’d be pairing up with Tink in the studio. Now that collaboration is beginning to bear fruit.
Last night, Timbaland posted (and reposted) a slew of photos to Instagram to express his feelings about Lifetime’s Aaliyah biopic.
Dressed in similar duds to what he wore during his Dangerous days he performed “Slave to the Rhythm,” a song he originally recorded with L.A. Reid and Babyface during the Dangerous sessions in 1991.
Superstar producer Timbaland has rather high hopes for his upcoming solo album, Opera Noir, comparing it to a certain seminal early ’90s release from almost-billionaire Dr. Dre.
As one might imagine, the title comes from the popular public service announcement on American television that ran before the nightly news from the 1960s through the ’80s.
Originally recorded with L.A. Reid and Babyface during the Dangerous sessions in 1991, this new version has been pumped up with a little help of MJ’s own unique brand of beatboxing.
The track– a sweet bass-heavy song about unrequited love–was recorded during the 1987 Bad sessions at Red Wing Studio in the San Fernando Valley and later completed the song at Hayvenhurst.
It’s the second song to officially be released from MJ’s posthumous album, listen to “Chicago.”