Word is that Timbaland will be lending his production to a posthumous Michael Jackson project. Let the anticipation begin!

In an interview with Revolt TV, Timbaland revealed that he’s working on a collaborative album with the late King of Pop. And according to the super producer, Epic Records CEO L.A. Reid approached him about the now seemingly no longer secretive project. I'm just saying.

“To even go bigger would be two kings working together,” Timbaland explains. “L.A. Reid came to my house. He’s like, ‘I got something big I wanna do.’”

Right now the :39 second video is only a clip from a full interview set to be released soon.

We all know Michael Jackson had worked with such mega-producers as Quincy Jones and Teddy Riley, but the Virginia native ended the clip by saying,

“So now it’s my turn, watch me go,”

It's one of those statements that say's a lot without saying much.