Timbo is his nickname.
Performed "Promiscuous" with Nelly Furtado at the 2006 Teen Choice Awards and told the audience not to be promiscuous.
Voted the 4th in Forbes magazine's "Hip-Hop Cash Kings" list in August 2007.
His single "Give It to Me" featuring Nelly Furtado and Justin Timberlake was Billboard's second biggest leap in 2007 after jumping 42-1.
Was accused of plagiarism in Nelly Furtado's track "Do It" that was seen similar to composer Janne Suni's track.
Was in rival with Canadian producer Scott Storch in late 2006 until 2007 by exchanging insults through their songs' lyric.
Is as serious about working out as he is in the studio.
Is an avid bodybuilder who committed to a strict diet.
Helps out to spread AIDS awareness by producing song "We Are The World".
Was verbally attacked by Scott Storch who claimed that he was the creator of Justin Timberlake's "Cry Me a River".
Was deeply affected by Aaliyah's death in 2001 that his work was less seen afterwards.
Worked with Pharrell Williams in a project called S.B.I., or Surrounded By Idiots in the '90s.
His first album "Tim's Bio" (1998) marked the on-record debut of hip-hop star Ludacris who sang "Fat Rabbit".
Named Timbaland after the Timberland boot was popular in hip-hop fashion.
Used to be acknowledged as Thomas Crown.