Timbaland is an American record producer, rapper, singer, songwriter, and DJ, best known for his album, Welcome to our World along with his best friend, Magoo.
Similarly, the singer is famous for contributing big hit albums like Da Real World, Indecent Proposal, Tim's Bio: Life from da Bassment, Shock Value, and Shock Value II. Some of his popular singles include Here We Come, Can't Nobody, The Way I Are, Scream, and If We Ever Meet Again.
As of March 2020, Timbaland has an estimated net worth of $85 million. Yearly earnings of the rapper's over the decade are listed below:
Timbaland was introduced by Missy Elliott to record DeVante Swing. Under the records, he released albums like The Snow, The After Party, the Hotel. From his song Pony, he introduced the new pop music style in the 1990s.
Finally, in 1997, Timbaland with Magoo released their debut album, Welcome to Our World, which was a big hit. The same year, 47-year-old music sensation produced soundtrack, Da Real World. Additionally, the talented singer produced hit tracks, Roll Out (My Business), and Indecent Proposal.
5 feet 7 inches tall star's debut album titled Tim’s Bio: Life from da Bassment was released on November 24, 1998. His other solo studios' albums are Shock Value and Shock Value II.
Some of his notable singles include Here We Come, Apologize (Remix), Say Something (Drake), Carry Out (featuring Justin Timberlake), If We Ever Meet Again (Katy Perry), Pass at Me (Pitbull), Lobster & Scrimp (featuring Jay-Z) and other.
Moreover, as a featured artist Timbaland has worked in numerous songs like Hot Like Fire, Get on the Bus, Wait a Minute, Elevator, Scream, Not all About the Money, Too Much, and so on.
|1995||The Show, the After-Party, the Hotel||$6,650,000|
|2003||The Diary of Alicia Keys||$18,920,000|
|2004||The Red Light District||$8,730,000|
|2009||Shock Value II||$6,980,000|
|2011||Nothing but the Beat||$11,030,000|
|2019||The Big Day||$647,400|
The talented singer Timbaland has been accused of a copyright lawsuit over the song like Do It and Throw It on Me. In January 2007, he was said to have plagiarism in elements, both motifs, and samples in various songs without any credits.
As per the Swiss newspaper, the case was closed out of the court in March 2015. Timbaland, along with Jay-Z, was asked to pay 50% from the song’s revenue to Bruno Spoerri as royalties for the music, including Jay-Z paying 50% for the lyrics.
Rapper Timbaland purchased a Coral Gables villa for $7.9 million, located in Florida on December 6, 2019. The mansion spread at 8,600 square-foot featuring seven bedrooms, and eight bathrooms was listed on the market asking $8.6 million.
In 2006, the versatile personality bought a condo paying $2.7 million in South Beach. The villa covering 4,000 square-foot boasts three bedrooms and five bathrooms was sold for $5.5 million in 2013.
Also, the music sensation Timbaland spent $8 million for two units at 53-story luxurious condo tower Aria on the Bay in January 2018. Additionally, he is the owner of a home in Virginia Beach.
Likewise, he owns seven-bedroom property in Pinecrest, Miami. In 2017, the bungalow was listed for sale asking $4.4 million; however, the estate was off the market after a contract with a potential buyer fails.
Thomas Crown rides a white Rolls Royce Phantom worth $500,000. Similarly, the drive has Chrome Forgiato Grano wheels, which costs $10,000.
Timbaland was born Timothy Zachary Mosley on March 10, 1972, in Norfolk, Virginia, the United States to parents Garland Mosley and Latrice Mosley.
He grew up with two siblings, Sebastian, who is an American rapper, and Courtney Rashon.
Timbaland attended Salem High School.
Timbaland was married to an American publicist, Monique Idelett. The couple exchanged the wedding rings on June 10, 2008.
Together, the duo shares two children, Reign Mosley, and Demetrius Mosley. Besides that, as per the reports, he has one more child, Frankie Mosley. On June 22, 2015, his wife filed for divorce.