Justine Skye and Timbaland share new “Intruded” single
The visual features cameos from Bella Hadid and Yachty.
Justine Skye has teamed up with the legendary Timbaland to present her newest offering “Intruded.” The freshly released track comes paired with a captivating music video, which even features cameos from Bella Hadid, Lil Yachty, and of course Timbaland himself. On the track, Skye slides over some production from the GOAT:
Last night, you were here And what we did, it was something special. Boy, I know that you can feel it too/ Can you let me know? It’s a no brainer. Stop making it hard for me, loving you comes so damn naturally, and I don’t wanna regret taking you back/ Seems like we can’t resist every time we cross paths. You can’t escape my love, so true, yeah/ Like I invaded your heart, intruded. You could walk away, but you know that’s foolish
“Space & Time season has started, get with it!! We not playing!!!!” said Timbaland right a they unloaded the clip. The heavyweight producer is known for having an eye for talent, so it was no surprise he directly chose Justine and her luscious voice to be a part of his next musical offering. The two have cooked up a full body of work together, and it will be making its way to fans’ ears soon.
The songstress was elated when Timb reached out, and fast forward after their collab is a reality, she expressed her unending gratitude for the opportunity and their chemistry. “At the top of 2020 the most amazing collaboration came to life for me,” she wrote in her grateful caption. “I’ve always wanted to work with Timbaland and due to God’s timing he now wanted to work with me. Now we have a full body of work, created off of pure chemistry and creativity that I’d go to war for.”
Be sure to watch Justine Skye’s new “Intruded” video down below.
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