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'Besterday' Podcast: '90s Chat With Kehlani, Timbaland's 'Shock Value' 10th Anniversary

Bianca & special guest Jeff Benjamin look back at Timbaland's game-changing 'Shock Value' album, which turns 10 this week! Kehlani also stops by for a fun chat

Hey homies! Besterday is back with a dope new episode! Bianca Gracie's weekly pop culture nostalgia podcast will remind you of all the throwback one-hit-wonder jams you listened to on your Walkman and the classic Nickelodeon shows you craved.

This week, we are joined by Fuse's own features editor and K-Stop podcast co-host, Jeff Benjamin! The two fawn over the epic songs on Timbaland's sophomore album Shock Value, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this week. Kehlani, who recently dropped her debut SweetSexySavage LP, also stopped by to break down the '90s samples on the record. And as always, we also break down the latest news on upcoming movie remakes and music updates.

Listen and subscribe to Besterday on iTunes!

This week, we chat about:

—How Shock Value solidified Timbaland as an unstoppable artist (and why "Scream" with Keri Hilson and Nicole Scherzinger deserves more recognition)
—Kehlani discussing the throwback vibes on her album, favorite '90s video and if she plans to get more tattoos
Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake's infamous 2004 Super Bowl halftime moment
Elton John bringing Devil Wears Prada to Broadway

And, of course, we reveal our favorite throwback songs of the week!

Listen above now, and be sure to subscribe and listen on iTunes. Got thoughts on the episode or what you want to hear on the show next week? Chat with Bianca on Twitter or join the conversation using the #Besterday hashtag!

Find Bianca on Twitter at @BiancaEnRogue
Find Jeff on Twitter at @jeff__benjamin

To keep the Besterday spirit alive throughout your week, stream/subscribe to this playlist of our favorite throwback songs below (we'll continue to add with each episode):

Want even more Besterday goodies? Check out last week's episode that celebrates the cheesy mushiness of A Walk to Remember:

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