Jay Z New Song With Drake & Timberland? LISTEN; Title Not Revealed [VIDEO]
on Oct 10, 2013 01:22 PM EDT
A few lucky fans in Birmingham, England had the opportunity to hear of preview of yet another new song between Drake and Jay Z.
Producer Timbaland, whose currently on tour with the Brooklyn rapper for his Magna Carter World Tour played a clip of the exclusive song for fans at the NIA Arena on Wednesday night.
The song is more uptempo than the duo's latest collaboration, "Pound Cake/Paris Morton Music 2" off Drake's latest album, "Nothing Was The Same." Jay and Drake previously worked together on songs like, "Off That" and "Light Up."
There is no official word on the name of the new track or where it will end up. Some reports indicated that it could end up on Timberland forthcoming project Shock Value III. Nonetheless, it's evident that Drake, Jay and Timberland have been cooking up so new music.
In an interview with music journalist Elliot Wilson a few months ago, Jay spoke about the competition between Drake, comparing him to Kobe Bryant.
"Even Drake, we have a great relationship. I know he feels like, 'I'm the next one, I'm right here,' we hear the lines, 'feelin' like the throne is for the takin, watch me take it..' you know he's feeling it, it's cool, it wasn't meant with malice or disrespect, it's just like 'I'm comin, acknowledge my existence,'" Jay said, quoting one of Drizzy's line in "I'm On One."
Meanwhile, Jay endured an embarrassing moment when he forgot the lyrics to "Church in The Wild" during a Manchester concert on Oct. 3.
The father of 1-year-old Blue Ivy first messed up on the line "Cocaine seats, all white like I got the whole thing bleached," by forgetting the "cocaine seats" part. After that, he pretty much lost it all. Watch here:
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