that she and Timbalandare discussing the possibility of starting a rock band together.
She says that they'll likely opt for something a bit weirder than your average, straight-ahead guitar pop project.
) — are starring together in a new music video, which premiered yesterday at On Smash.
It's for the track "Give It To Me," in which the trio takes turns dissing a few anonymous targets over a sassy tabla-esque beat.
“In God’s Hands” and “All Good Things” are hookless acoustic cheese that mostly seem to offset the risk of making a commercial gambit with such a strange record.
Here, his approach to the nine (out of thirteen) songs he produces is utilitarian but no less weird.
Saw-toothed synths augment the trashy swagger of “Maneater” and “No Hay Igual.” Chiptune bleeps and bloops give “Do It” a tactile, ticklish feeling that only makes it sound even filthier.
After bursting on the scene in 2000 with Whoa, Nelly!
, a collection of folk-leaning pop music that combined the wholesome notion of flying like a bird with the abrasive nature of claiming that there is noting but shit on the radio, Furtado up and did a 180 by ditching the hippie sandals for high-heeled glam with 200''s Loose.