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TIMBALAND IN CONCERT:
Perhaps no other figure has had as significant an impact on the sound of contemporary pop as multi-talented rapper/producer Timbaland. With production credits that read like a who's who of the last 25 years in music, Timbo has crafted some of the most unique and groundbreaking hits of the era — and his solo work is no exception. Following a special-guest-filled tour in support of 2009's Shock Value II, Timbaland joined Jay Z on his 2013/14 Magna Carta World Tour, adding to the already-feverish anticipation for his 2014 album Textbook Timbo.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"I loved how he interacted with the audience and did both new and old songs."
"Timbaland was great and the light effects were awesome."
"Thanks to the musical genius of Timbo, this was an unparalleled concert experience as far as the sound and visual effects are concerned... he showed us his beat-making side, his creativity, his singing, his promoting, and his amazing ability to mix live instruments and beats and music from other artists."
Born and raised in Virginia, Timbaland took up DJing and beatmaking as a teen before teaming up with childhood pal Missy Elliott in 1996 to produce Aaliyah's double platinum sophomore album One In A Million. The duo quickly became one of the decade's most successful production/songwriting teams, with Timbaland assuming production duties on Elliott's 1997 debut Supa Dupa Fly — another platinum success. Timbo made his album debut a year later with Tim's Bio: Life from da Bassment, a compilation of tracks featuring many of his recurring collaborators, including the on-record debut of a young Ludacris. His production work in the 2000s resulted in some of the decade’s biggest hits, resulting in 13 Grammy nominations and two wins — both for songs performed by Justin Timberlake. In 2007, TImbo reignited his solo career with Shock Value, topping charts around the world and earning him his first US No.1 with "Give it to Me."