"It's culture, it's truth, it's just about life in general. My life. My personal life, and I found myself as an artist, as a human being and as a man," he said in an chat with Revolt TV. "I found who I am."
Sonically the collection, his fourth, is "way different" from his previous work, and in that respect, it's not unlike Dre's critically acclaimed debut. "It's more of a sound. It’s Timbaland’s Chronic," explained the 42-year-old. "Dre have his Chronic, I finally made my Chronic. When it comes out and you see the whole package, you'll understand why. You'll get it, you'll see it, and you'll be like, 'Wow, I’ve never seen nothing like this.'"
Timbaland's last album, Shock Value II, was released in 2009.
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