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New Music From Timbaland Featuring Dev

Timbaland & Dev

Timbaland & Dev

When we were last talking about Timbaland’s “Shock Value III album, it was September, and we wanted to bring your attention to the album’s then brand new lead single , “Pass At Me” featuring Pitbull and David Guetta.   At the time the album was set for a November release date, and was wonderfully paired with the promotion of photographer Raphael Mazzucco’s photograph book dedicated to the beauty of a woman’s butt, call Culo.  Despite the fact that we found the song catchy, and its video thoroughly enjoyable, chart records indicate that it failed to gain the desired momentum to become the typical Timbaland level hit.

Never one to be beaten, Tim went back to the drawing board to retool and come back with more hits.   The new result of his efforts thus far is a track with dance Pop star Dev called “Break Ya Back” that hit the web this week.  It is the first of 2 songs the two artists have done together.  The other is a Cataracts produced track called “Don’t Hurt it”  “Don’t Hurt It” can be found on Dev’s The Night The Sun Came Up album, which also features her current hit single “Naked” featuring Enrique Iglesias.  The Night The Sun Came Up is set to hit stores on March 27 on Indie Pop/Universal Republic Records. On the other hand, the long awaited Shock Value III will have to be waited for a little while longer.

Shock Value III is currently scheduled to be released in June of this year.  We will keep you posted on any further changes with the album if they happen.  Check the music out below.  Hope you like it.

Timbaland Featuring Dev

“Break Ya Back”

From: Shock Value III

Mosley Music Group/Blackground/Interscope Records

Timbaland Featuring Pitbull & David Guetta

“Pass At Me”

From: Shock Value III

Mosley Music Group/Blackground/Interscope Record

Dev Featuring Timbaland

“Don’t Hurt It” (explicit lyrics)

From: The Night The Sun Came Up

Indie Pop/Universal Republic Records

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Dev Featuring Enrique Iglesias

“Naked”

From: The Night The Sun Came Up

Indie Pop/Universal Republic Records