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Indecent Proposal is the second studio album from Norfolk, VA duo Timbaland & Magoo. Originally released in 2001, the album features Magoo's Q-Tip-like flow and Timbaland's distinct production style drawing from reggae, retro and soul. Features include early appearances from Jay-Z, Twista, Petey Pablo and Ludacris, as well as looks from Aaliyah, & Static Major. Released nearly two months after Aaliyah's untimely passing, the album was dedicated to the memory of "Babygirl."
Indecent Proposal is the second studio album from Norfolk, VA duo Timbaland & Magoo. Originally released in 2001, the album features Magoo's Q-Tip-like flow and Timbaland's distinct production style drawing from reggae, retro and soul. Features include early appearances from Jay-Z, Twista, Petey Pablo and Ludacris, as well as looks from Aaliyah, & Static Major. Released nearly two months after Aaliyah's untimely passing, the album was dedicated to the memory of "Babygirl."
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Indecent Proposal
Artist: Timbaland & Magoo
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. Intro (Feat. DJ S;S)
2. Drop (Feat. Fatman Scoop)
3. All Y'all (Feat. Tweet)
4. It's Your Night (Feat. Sin)
5. Indian Carpet (Feat. Static)
6. Party People (Feat. Jay-Z ; Twista)
7. People Like Myself (Feat. Static)
8. Voice Mail
9. Serious (Feat. Petey Pablo)
10. Roll Out (Feat. Petey Pablo)
11. Love Me (Feat. Tweet ; Petey Pablo)
12. Baby Bubba (Feat. Petey Pablo)
13. In Time (Feat. Ms. Jade ; Mad Skillz)
14. Mr. Richards (Feat. Petey Pablo)
15. Considerate Brotha (Feat. Ludacris)
16. Beat Club (Feat. Sin)
17. I Am Music (Feat. Aaliyah ; Static Major)

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Indecent Proposal is the second studio album from Norfolk, VA duo Timbaland & Magoo. Originally released in 2001, the album features Magoo's Q-Tip-like flow and Timbaland's distinct production style drawing from reggae, retro and soul. Features include early appearances from Jay-Z, Twista, Petey Pablo and Ludacris, as well as looks from Aaliyah, & Static Major. Released nearly two months after Aaliyah's untimely passing, the album was dedicated to the memory of "Babygirl."

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