Under Construction, Part II

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Under Construction Part II
Studio album by Timbaland & Magoo
Released November 18, 2003
Recorded 2002-2003
Genre Hip hop, R&B
Length 62:49
Label Blackground, Universal
Producer Timbaland, Heavy D
Timbaland & Magoo chronology
Indecent Proposal
(2001)
Under Construction Part II
(2003)
Timbaland chronology
Indecent Proposal
(2001)
Under Construction Part II
(2003)
Shock Value
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars link
Blender 4/5 stars link
Robert Christgau A−[1]
Rolling Stone 2/5 stars link

Under Construction, Part II is the third studio album released by hip-hop duo Timbaland & Magoo. The album is the group's third LP, and Timbaland's fourth overall LP, as he issued Tim's Bio: Life from da Bassment, a solo album, in 1998. Under Construction Part II is nominally a sequel to Missy Elliott's fourth LP Under Construction, which was also chiefly produced by Timbaland. Elliott appears on the LP's lead single, "Cop That Shit", released to radio as "Cop That Disc", as do regular Timbaland collaborators such as Sebastian and Bubba Sparxxx. Many other guest stars, from Brandy, who had Timbaland produce her 2004 album Afrodisiac, to Wyclef Jean and Beenie Man, also appear on the album. The song "Indian Flute" contains an uncredited sample of "Curura" by Toto la Momposina. Three singles were released from the album: "Cop That Shit", "Indian Flute", and the promotional single "Naughty Eye".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s)[2] Length
1. "Straight Outta Virginia" (Intro) Timothy Mosley Timbaland 2:03
2. "Cop That Shit" (featuring Missy Elliott) Timothy Mosley, Melvin Barcliff, Dennis Taylor, Edward Archer, Eric Barrier, Freddie Byrd, Howie Thompson, Jack Hill, Jackey Beavers*, Lael Williams, Lana Moorer, Missy Elliott, Preston Joyner, William Griffin Timbaland 3:33
3. "Shenanigans" (featuring Bubba Sparxxx) Timothy Mosley, Melvin Barcliff, Lael Williams, Warren Mathis Timbaland 3:46
4. "Leavin'" (featuring Attitude) Timothy Mosley, Melvin Barcliff, Timothy Clayton Timbaland 3:35
5. "That Shit Ain't Gonna Work"   Timothy Mosley, Melvin Barcliff, Timothy Clayton Timbaland 3:58
6. "Don't Make Me Take It There" (featuring Frank Lee White) Timothy Mosley, Lael Williams, J Nitti, Barry McMichael J Nitti 4:26
7. "Indian Flute" (featuring Sebastian and Raje Shwari) Timothy Mosley, Melvin Barcliff, Garland Mosley, Raje Shwari Timbaland 3:21
8. "Can We Do It Again"   Timothy Mosley, Melvin Barcliff, Timothy Clayton Timbaland 3:52
9. "Naughty Eye" (featuring Sebastian and Raje Shwari) Timothy Mosley, Melvin Barcliff, Garland Mosley, Raje Shwari Timbaland 4:55
10. "N 2 Da Music" (featuring Brandy) Timothy Mosley, Melvin Barcliff, Timothy Clayton Timbaland 3:57
11. "Hold On" (featuring Wyclef Jean) Timothy Mosley, Melvin Barcliff, Timothy Clayton, Wyclef Jean Timbaland 5:04
12. "Insane" (featuring Candice "Gg" Nelson) Timothy Mosley, Melvin Barcliff, Garland Mosley, Walter Millsap Timbaland 4:31
13. "Throwback"   Timothy Mosley, Melvin Barcliff, Dennis Coffey, Dwayne Simon, James Smith, Lael Williams Timbaland 3:45
14. "Kold Kutz"   Timothy Mosley, Melvin Barcliff, Garland Mosley Timbaland 4:23
15. "I Got Luv 4 Ya"   Timothy Mosley, Melvin Barcliff, Dwight Myers, Garland Mosley Heavy D 4:07
16. "Naughty Eye II (Hips)" (featuring Beenie Man) Timothy Mosley, Melvin Barcliff, Moses Davis, Raje Shwari Timbaland 3:32
  • Limited edition copies of the album also include the "Cop That Shit" music video.[3]

Charts[edit]

Country Release Date Format Chart positions Sales and certifications
U.S. GER
United States November 18, 2003 CD, Cassette
50
75

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