Jay-Z And Justin Timberlake Will Share Stage On ‘Legends’ Tour

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By Henna Kathiya

Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z’sLegends” tour is definitely one to look forward to. After speculating about what we might expect from this dynamic duo, JT tells fans what they can expect from the tour and his third solo album, The 20/20 Experience, in a recent interview with Capital FM.

We all know Justin and Timbaland are two peas in a pod so it comes as no surprise that Timbaland produced every single song on his newest album. It's all me and Tim," he revealed. "I have recently worked with Pharrell on some stuff that he's doing. We talked about getting back in at some point, so yeah I love both of those guys. This album goes a lot of different directions. I think there is probably a little bit of what's reminiscent of the first album and a little bit of reminiscent of the second album and some new stuff."

JT also debunked all the rumors that a song with Beyonce was on his new album. But fear not, because the “Suit & Tie” singer hinted at working with Queen B in the future. “"We didn't do anything on this for mine, but that's not to say down the road there can't be a single version of something. But yeah, it's a lot of me and Tim."

He then revealed more about the highly anticipated tour with his “Suit & Tie” pal Jay-Z. As opposed to separate sets, both artists plan on sharing the stage. "It's a North American tour, but we are sharing the Wireless Tour,” he explained. “We are still working it out but the idea is like a completely random reference but I remember seeing Elton [John] and Billy Joel go on tour together and the way they mixed each others songs. I don't want to give too much away, but it's going to be a completely collaborative show."