Timbaland releases previously unheard Aaliyah track ‘Shakin’ – listen

'Shakin' features on the producers new 17-track mixtape

Previously unheard track ‘Shakin’ by the late singer Aaliyah has been released on Timbaland‘s new mixtape, ‘King Stay King’.

The US producer started streaming the mixtape for free on Christmas Day. You can listen to the whole thing on MyMixtapez.

‘Shakin’, which is track two on the mix, also features MC Strado.

The rest of the record includes cameos by 2 Chainz, Young Thug, Migos, Rich Homie Quan and Tink, and serves as a teaser of Timbaland’s forthcoming new album, ‘Textbook Timbo’, which is set for release in early 2016.

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Timbaland revealed his plans to release unheard Aaliyah music in August, when he posted a picture of the late R&B singer to Instagram, saying: “People ask me all the time do I have any babegirl music we haven’t heard. Well the answer is YES.”

And last month Timbaland hinted during an interview with TMZ that he is planning to record a country album with Justin Timberlake.

Following Timberlake’s performance of ‘Drink You Away’ with country singer Chris Stapleton at the CMA Awards, Timbaland told the showbiz website: “[‘Drink You Away’] is now starting to be one of the biggest songs,” before he suggested that the pair could record a country album. “Now that you put it out there, why not?,” he added.

“We are country. He’s from Tennessee, I’m from Virginia. It’s only right that we try to tap into what we was raised in.”