According to Rap-Up.com, rapper T.I. will have Timbaland on his Ninth Studio Album titled 'Paperwork: The Motion Picture' which is due September. T.I. previously worked with Timbaland on his 'Here We Go Again' tune from T.I.'s 'Fuck A Mixtape' Mixtape back in 2010, thanks to ZakH.
T.I. - Here We Go Again feat. Timbaland (10') T.I. - April 4th feat. Timbaland (Snippet) (10') Justin Timberlake - My Love feat. T.I. & Timbaland (06') Agnes Monica - Coke Bottle feat. Timbaland & T.I. (13') Attitude - She Luv It feat. Timbaland, Juicy J & T.I. (Snippet) (14')
"The SoapBox" a weekly webseries where Shawn Chrystopher answers the questions you ask on his social networking sites This week's question: How is it working with Timbaland.
Photo By: Josh Zaleznik. It doesn’t get realer than this. From working with Timbaland to feeling liberated as an artist, Shawn Chrystopher shares his honest opinion on family, music and dropping 3 EPs this year.
Tell me a little about yourself. Like where you’re from and where you’re at now?
Shawn Chrystopher. From Inglewood, California. Born and raised. I’m just getting back in L.A. right now finishing the mix on my next few projects.
You’ve been all over the U.S. and still come back to L.A., what makes your hometown so special to you?
I’ve always had a love / hate relationship with L.A. Everybody probably has one with their hometown, but L.A. is a little worse because not only are you competing with the people who were born here, you’re up against the people who moved here in search of the same thing you trying to get. I’m blessed to be [in] a space now where I can travel somewhere else for a little while and write my music stress-free. No one asking me to do this or that. But once the music is finished and it’s time to live like a normal person, L.A. the only place I know.
I’m sure you can detail the changes in L.A. since you were young.
What’s changed, what neighborhoods have changed (better / worse)? How have the people changed, stayed the same?
I think things have gotten a little better. It’s still small wars between neighborhoods that take lives, but that’s in every city. I think L.A. is more money-motivated than it has ever been, and that in return has people coming together as partners with a common goal of just making some money to feed your family. All the unnecessary shit is being cut out more and more as time goes on. So, that’s dope. Some of the roads are still fucked up out here and the Lakers fucking up, but other than that everything’s good out here.
Rapper T.I. will be executive producing the new OXYGEN reality series titled “Sisterhood Of Hip Hop,” and now here is the official cast and promo pics for the new reality show. Get familiar with the new ladies of Hip Hop inside. After much success with his own "Family Hustle" reality show on VH1, T.I. is venturing out on a new project titled, “Sisterhood Of Hip Hop including former Crime Mob member Diamond, Timbaland’s NY artist Nyemiah Supreme, Pharrell’s artist Bia Landrau, openly gay female rapper Siya and Florida raptress Brianna Perry.
The show will follow the ladies as they maneuver in a male-dominated industry proving they can hold their own against the best of the best. And we will also get a sneak peek into the ladies’ personal lives as they try to find a balance between their career and their private life.
Jamaica, Queens native Nyemiah Supreme began her career in the shadows of such well-known acts as Chris Brown and Lil' Mama, as a back-up dancer. After high school, she spent a year and a half working as Juelz Santana’s intern, where she got to see some of hip hop’s most notable names drop beats and rhymes in a studio setting. Inspired by her experience and a serendipitous encounter with Jim Jones, she got a break when she was asked to step up to the mic on Jones’ single “Everybody Jones.”
A few days before Christmas in 2012, Nyemiah had a late night chance studio meeting with super producer Timbaland. He put her on the spot to write a few verses and from there Timbaland took her under his wing. Today, Nyemiah has two mixtapes under her belt, a new EP, and more than 500,000 views on her YouTube video. She released her single, “Rock ‘n’ Roll” with Timbaland appearing on the hook, handling the production, and appearing in the video back to back with Nyemiah. A former background dancer thrust to the foreground, Nyemiah Supreme stands a serious chance of having a career that lives up to her bold moniker but has a lot to prove to herself, her mentor and her fans.