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Video: Timbaland Previews Song He Wrote for Demi Lovato

January 12, 2011, 3:56 am GMT

The not-yet-titled song for the in-rehab songstress is revealed in a more-than-1-minute demo with a bit of Timbaland's verses added here and there.



Having recorded a song with Miley Cyrus for his album "Shock Value II", Timbaland is now eying to make music with Demi Lovato. The top-notch producer doesn't seem to be bothered with some negative publicity she received after going to rehab. In fact, he has listened to some of her songs and is impressed with her.

In a recently-posted footage, Timbaland praises the "Camp Rock" star, "Demi, ... You are amazing, girl. I'm kind of funny. I'm very hard to please, and I'm just not an easy person to please, so I'm very impressed. ... I got to hear you sing some of your songs, and I'm like, 'Wow'."

Looking forward to work with her, he has written a song for Demi. "I'm going to play a song that we did just for you," he said before playing the demo. "It ain't finished. It don't have my stamp of knockness to it yet. I'm playing a song just for you, only for you. Are you ready? It goes something like this. I wrote this for you." While the video only features very short snippet, a longer audio can be found on his official website.

The song is filled with gentle acoustic guitar sounds with lyrics, "You said you would take care of me/ We would always be living good/ And you said you get big one day, but you wouldn't get Hollywood/ Then opportunity called your name and you said that you didn't feel the same way I felt for you."

Beside proposing a collaboration with Demi Lovato, Timbaland is also keen to work with Joe Jonas. This coming Thursday, January 13, he will reveal a song called "Take Ur Clothes Off" which features an unnamed artist. The audio giveaway will kick off his "Timbaland Thursday" treatment. The promotional strategy is similar to the other special treatments by Kanye West and Swizz Beatz which occupied the Friday and Monday slots respectively.


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