Despite shooting down Chris Brown and Drake's collaborations with Aaliyah, Timbaland is putting in his own work for one of music's fallen icons. In the latest and most exciting preview of his lengthy interview with Revolt TV, the super producer reveals plans to work on a new posthumous Michael Jackson project.

Timbo explains that Epic Records CEO L.A. Reid approached him with a "big" idea, which involves making beats for the King of Pop's upcoming release. Details remain few and far between at this point, but Timbaland did announce that the first single will be called 'Chicago.'

This as-yet-untitled project will serve as MJ's first proper posthumous album since 2010's 'Michael,' and the 13th record to be released since his death four years ago.