Missy Elliott And Timbaland To Drop Solo LPs In June
Timbaland and Missy Elliott make a perfect musical match. Though it's been a while since we've seen the two in full swing, the Virginia duo will join forces once again in a very big way later this year.
"Me and Missy are both coming with our albums at the same time, and it will be in June," Timbo told MTV News in his Miami home February 3.
It's been three years since Timbaland released Shock Value II and seven years since Missy dropped The Cookbook. If all goes according to plan, fans won't have to wait much longer.
"Right now, we're preparing to get both our videos, our first singles, shot kinda at the same time," Tim said. "We want to do it as a movement and spontaneously."
Last June, [article id="1666367"]Missy revealed[/article] to People magazine she had been diagnosed with the autoimmune disorder Graves' disease. Initially, it was speculated that Missy's health was the cause of the huge gap in her discography, though Elliott later issued a statement dismissing that notion.
The "Get Ur Freak On" rapper has been putting in plenty of work behind the scenes as a songwriter and producer for Keyshia Cole, Monica and Jazmine Sullivan. She even hooked up with Timbo on [article id="1670058"]Demi Lovato's "All Night Long"[/article] from the pop singer's 2011 Unbroken album. Missy is also a guest vocalist on J. Cole's next single, "Nobody's Perfect," and is expected to appear in the song's upcoming video.
It all seems like an exciting build to a triumphant return for both artists. "I just don't want to move too ahead of her and she don't want to move too ahead of me," Timbaland said. "So we're both doing it at the same time."
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