Nelly Furtado has released a 15th anniversary edition of her landmark third album, Loose, with 12 rare remixes and bonus tracks that were previously unavailable on streaming services.
The 2006 album featuring her iconic Timbaland collaboration "Promiscuous," will, of course, be available on the 32-track Loose (Expanded Edition) digital re-issue collection, along with a version of "Do It" featuring Missy Elliott, as well as Spanish versions of "All Good Things (Come to an End)," "In God's Hands" and "Te Busque" with Juanes.
Other bonus tracks include a version of "In God's Hands" with Keith Urban, a remix of "No Hay Igual" with Calle 13, two remixes of "Promiscuous," a reggae remix of "Say It Right" with Courtney John and the recently released "All Good Things (Come to an End)" remixed by German production duo Quarterhead. The career high-mark for Furtado featured eight singles -- including her first Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 with "Promiscuous" -- and recently got new life via more than two million short-form remix and dance videos from fans, according to a release announcing the project.