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50 Cent and Justin Timberlake Pen Ode to Porn

July 3, 2007 4:16 PM ET

Collaboration machine Justin Timberlake will join 50 Cent on "Ayo Technology," the planned fourth (!) single from 50's forthcoming album, Curtis. The song, initially called "Ayo Pornography" (the title was changed at the request of the record label), is about watching a porno and getting frustrated that the girl is only on the television/computer/iPod video screen and not really in front of you. It's difficult to imagine how Timberlake or Fifty would ever find themselves in such a jam, and, with the suave JT involved, how the chorus repeats "I'm tired of using technology, why don't you sit down on top of me."

The track does fit the raunchy lyrical aesthetic of 50's current single, "Amusement Park," which boasts the claim "I'm hoping you enjoy my amusement park / There's lots of activities, fun things to do / And I find my pleasure in pleasing you." Expect an MTV-banned, raunchy music video in the near future.

Speaking of porn, have you seen the new Rilo Kiley video?

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