(Photo) Timbaland ‘King Stays King’ [Release Date + Tracklist]

Timbaland’s latest mixtape ‘King Stays King’ is just days away from being released. Set to drop on Christmas Day, Timbaland made the wait for fans just a little easier Monday, after revealing the tracklist for the tape. ‘King Stays King’ will feature 18 songs with features from Migos, Yo Gotti, Young Thug and Tink. It will also include a previously unreleased track from Aaliyah called ‘Shakin.’ Hit the jump for the full list.

(Photo) Timbaland Announces Mixtape ‘King Stays King’ Featuring Rich Homie Quan, Aaliyah & More

Timbaland has kept fans waiting for the release of new music for quite some time now. After promising fans new music was on the way back in November, it appears the wait is finally over. Late on Wednesday, Timbaland announced his latest project, ‘King Stays King’ mixtape will be released Christmas Day. Hit the jump for more.

(Video) Timbaland Taking The Country Route With Justin Timberlake?

“I am music,” Timbaland says after revealing his new stomping ground of music. The well known hip-hop and R&B producer makes and appearance on TMZ Live! to talk country music. It’s no secret that Timbaland and Justin Timberlake are best buds, and since JT performed at the Country Music Awards with Chris Stapleton, TMZ hosts wanted to know if Timbo was going to walk the path of country as well. “It’s only right that we tap into what we [were] raised in,” Timbaland says of the two men born in Tennessee and Virginia. “We were raised in the country.”

Huh? Timbaland Supposedly Enjoys To Get Turnt While Eating Bags of McDonald’s Fries in the Club

Fresh off a legal victory alongside Jay Z in a highly publicized “Big Pimpin’” lawsuit, Timbaland has reportedly been spotted in a nightclub developing an exciting new method of the turn-up: french frying. Hit the jump for more.

#MusicStillMaters: Timbaland Ft. Migos – Them Jeans

Timbaland recruit’s Migos for “Them Jeans”. Listen below

Jay Z and Timbaland’s “Big Pimpin” Lawsuit Has Been Thrown Out

Last week, Jay Z and Timbaland were forced to appear in court over a copyright claim for the 2000 hit, “Big Pimpin.” Despite paying $100,000 to license the song from the estate (via a record label) of the Middle Eastern musician that they’d sampled back in 2001, the musician’s nephew filed a claim back in 2007, saying that permission to use the song was never properly granted by their family. After hearing testimonies from both Hov and Timbo, U.S. District Judge Christina A. Snyder has ruled that the man’s nephew didn’t have the right to sue, and has officially thrown out the case. Congrats, guys!

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