Justin Timberlake works with 50 Cent

Following 'Cry Me A River’ song

Justin Timberlake has worked with 50 Cent on the rapper’s new album.

It follows 50 Cent’s unofficial remix of Timberlake’s ’Cry Me A River’ which appeared on bootlegs but was not official released.

The track which is called ’AYO Technology’, and the rapper has explained it was made while Timberlake was touring with Timbaland.

“I flew to Florida. He was on tour with Timbaland,” 50 Cent told MTV News. “Timbaland produced the beat in a studio/ trailer, on the tour bus. We got the music, the first time.

“I wrote a first verse; I didn’t want to finish without chorus. We got together the second time and finished the song in Houston.”

The track is featured on his new album ’Curtis’, aspreviously reported 50 Cent’s new album features appearance from Mary J Blige, Eminem and Akon.

The first single will be ’Straight To The Bank’.

Meanwhile Timberlake has added an extra night to his UK tour, playing the 02 Arena on July 30 – his fifth night at the venue.

Tickets go on sale on Monday (April 30). To check ticket availability and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS.