Jay-Z and Timbaland have recently been open about reconciling their creative differences for Hov's new album, Magna Carta Holy Grail, following a fallout from a few years back. 

In an interview with Revolt, Timbaland confessed that it got to a point where he wrote a song apologizing to the Brooklyn MC. The record, appropriately titled "Sorry," was the producer's way of owning up to his mistakes, and he shared a few lines from the song.

"Now we see each other, don't even speak/Now that's fucked up/I miss your 40th/And that hurt me so deep/Accept my apology, my apology, nigga, please." 

We're glad they were able to sort out their differences.

[via Revolt]

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