Timbaland Triples Up With ‘Shock Value’ Hits

Grammy Award-winning producer Timbaland continues to dominate the charts and airwaves with not one, but three singles from his latest release, “Shock Value II”. Teaming up with frequent collaborator Justin Timberlake (“Sexyback”), Timbaland has yet again reached top 40 success with the single “Carryout”. A spacey and sexy production, “Carry Out” is igniting dance floors everywhere, and the video played repeatedly outside Cowboys Stadium during All-Star Weekend. It also premiered on Vevo to massive numbers on February 18. As if one single with a pop icon weren’t enough, also ruling the airwaves is “If We Ever Meet Again,” Timbaland’s new “Shock Value II” collaboration with Miss “I Kissed a Girl” herself, Katy Perry. Recently added to radio on February 16th, “If We Ever Meet Again” blends Katy Perry’s sexy croon and Timbaland’s unbreakable baritone. A true pop and hip hop impresario, Timbaland hasn’t lost a connection with the Hip-Hop either. Hand-picking Drake, Timbaland blazes through “Say Something” with the same power that made his early work in the genre so undeniable and unforgettable. “Say Something” immediately entered the top 10 on rhythmic chart, is currently #1 at urban radio and shows no signs of stopping. Ever since it hit the streets on December 4, 2009, “Shock Value II” has been steadily making its presence felt. It is a follow up to 2007’s multi-platinum “Shock Value”. As previously reported, “Shock Value II” features collaborations with everyone from Miley Cyrus and Nelly Furtado to Daughtry and The Fray.


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