Timbaland and Jay Z may be good friends and business partners now, but things have not always been so good between the two. The Holy Grail producer talks about his fallout with Jay and a song he recorded expressing his apology which features Keri Hilson.

Timbo reveals that he and Keri Hilson have recorded an apology to Jay-Z and Beyoncé for his upcoming album. “I got this one song that I did with Keri on my album called ‘Sorry,’ and Keri actually tells the story about the whole Beyoncé thing and how she was sorry about it because she wasn’t really talking about Beyoncé but other people,” says Timbaland.

As you may recall, Keri supposedly dissed Beyoncé on the remix to her 2009 single “Turnin’ Me On,” but she denied that the song was about Mrs. Carter. The lyrics went like this: “Your vision cloudy if you think that you the best/ You can dance, she can sing, but need to move it to the left,” she sings.

That was def for the Queen B!

Timbo offers his apologies to Mr. Carter on “Sorry.” “In my verse, I’m saying, ‘We cop the same Range, we talk to the same dames, same thangs, same lane. Now we see each other, don’t even speak. That’s fucked up. I missed your 40th and that hurt me so deep. Accept my apology, my apology, ni**a please.’”

Watch Timbaland speak about “Sorry” in the interview below.