Timbaland has revealed he's been in the studio with Zayn Malik and has hinted he's worked on the former One Direction star's second studio album.
Timbaland has worked with Zayn Malik on his second studio album.
Little details are known about the former One Direction star's follow-up to his solo debut 'Mind of Mine', but the 45-year-old producer has revealed he's contributed to the record.
Addressing the rumours, Timbaland - whose real name is Timothy Zachery 'Tim' Mosley - said: ''Since you heard, I'll tell you. Yeah, I worked with Zayn. Just be on the lookout.''
The 'Give It To Me' hitmaker also revealed he's working on Justin Timberlake's next record, the follow-up to 2013's 'The 20/20 Experience', and warned fans of the 'Cry Me A River' hitmaker, 36, to keep their eyes peeled for new music from the R&B star.
In regards to his work with Justin, he told Idolator.com: ''You wait and see, buddy. Wait and see. Everything we do, is so top secret, you know. I'm not one to hype stuff up, you know. I just like to put it out. I don't like to talk about it. you know, I just put it out. But just know that the storm is ... let's just say it's overcast and it's right above me. [Laughs] That means keep your ears on.''
He's worked with some of the biggest artists in the music industry, but Timbaland still has some artists on his bucket list to work with and they are pop beauty Selena Gomez and chart-topping electronic pop duo The Chainsmokers - Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart.
Asked who is left on his wish list, he said: ''Just the new artists. The new millennials like Selena Gomez and The Chainsmokers ... all the new people that are coming out. That's who I'd like to work with, the newer generation.''
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