Keep Going Up: The Celebrated Trio, Timbaland, Timberlake, and Furtado Returns from Hiatus

Keep Going Up: The Celebrated Trio, Timbaland, Timberlake, and Furtado Returns from Hiatus

Timbaland, Justin Timberlake, and Nelly Furtado are officially returning as a trio group after a long hiatus. Meanwhile, the singers are making a comeback in the group’s upcoming new album “Keep Going Up.”

Furtado, 44, while excitingly announcing on Instagram said, “It’s here ⬆️🆙💕 ‘Keep Going Up, as she posted about the highly anticipated album. Not only she, but Timbaland’s Instagram announcement read, “Let me be your DJ Labor Day Weekend🔥🚀 🔊 SONG OUT NOW 🎶 We finally here.”

The singers even greeted fans on social media and informed them about the condition and their plans to return just a day before it was officially confirmed.

Meanwhile, the song is widely appreciated by the audience with the positive energy of finding happiness after a very long struggle. New life’s much better than the old one, “Furtado lent his voice in the lyrics. “Now I’m laughing, I remember I was broken.

With the trio’s crazy fandom, the new song has a reference to Furtado and Timbaland’s superhit previous album “Promiscuous.” The opening line of 2006 Promiscuous and 2023 Keep Going Up is the same “How you been young lady? Does the feeling still drive you crazy?”

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Meanwhile, not just the exciting album, but the trio has also announced a brand new visualizer music video for the same track. Meanwhile, it compiled the footage of Timbaland, Timberlake, and Furtado in the recording studio.

The album’s Behind-the-scenes were also shared, wherein Furtado was styled with a dark dean jacket, white cropped top, and a gold chain. On the contrary, the other two singers, Timbaland and Timberlake, both were dressed in T-shirts and caps.

Although the three are featured together in the song, they weren’t in the same room to make it. Furtado lent her voice in the album remotely, while the male duo was recording together.

However, the visualiser concluded with Timbaland face-timing Furtado.

Meanwhile, Timbaland has previously worked with Furtado on the 2006 album “Say It Right.” Not only this, but he produced many of Timberlake’s singles including Cry Me a River (2002) and My Love (2006).

Video by Timbaland

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