Thursday, July 31, 2008

Attitude givews us T.I.M in 2009

Birmingham, Alabama native, Attitude, born Timothy Clayton, is gearing up for his debut release tentatively titled T.I.M (Time is Money) slated for a 1st Quarter 2009 release on Warner Bros. Records. Attitude is no stranger to the music industry. His background includes songwriting credit and features for producer Timbaland, Rich Boy, Bubba Sparxxx and most notably penning hit single “Promiscuous” for Nelly Furtado. Attitude expresses the vision for the upcoming album as “a landmark album for Alabama. When you listen to my album it can be compared to a whole week or day-in-the-life of Attitude condensed into 70 minutes. I try to make my music as close to me as possible.”

Fans can expect an album with lyrics detailing Attitude’s experiences in the streets to his growth as an artist and songwriter. The album is rounded out with production by DJ Toomp, DJ Montay, Danja, and Justice League. WBR Executive, Kevin Black, reveals “You’ve never seen an artist like (Attitude) - a superb writer, rapper and performer. Wait until you hear his new album!”

The first single “Man Right Here,” produced by Danja, is being serviced nationally on August 4th, and expected to impact radio in September. Attitude and Danja have collaborated previously as a part of Timbaland’s production team (Attitude wrote “Promiscuous” for Nelly Furtado and Danja produced the record).

For info on Attitude log on to his official website and myspace

15 comments :

  1. Interesting that there's no mention of Tim collabos...

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  2. No mention of Polow Da Don, Ike Dirty or Bangladesh either...they're all in on the project so I guess the person who gave out the info just left them off.

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  3. if there is no timbaland on this album...i will illegally download it and thats it...danja=waterdown timbaland tracks that i play in my car maybe 10 times...and the other producers...i dont even need to hear it...timbo needs at least 6 on this album for me to buy it if not...i might listen...also lmao 2 danja producing pg..clearly timbaland did it...the only thing danja did to help with the song was when timbo needed a glass of water danja got it for him!

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  4. How the fuck can Attitude FINALLY drop an album and NOT have Tim on it? WTF?

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  5. I will cop it sure I would like to have tim on it,but at least danja,toomp and justice league is on there maybe it will include polow,tim,bangladesh it's too early right now things could change danja obviously helped with PG but to exclude Tim is funny.

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  6. tims not gonna be on it... wth!!!

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  7. All I am saying is that if there is no timbo then there is no sale as far as I am concerned...attitude is a really good rapper,but have you ever heard him not on a timbo track? Not nearly as good! Btw what ever happened to the 6"2 and attitude album that timbo did like 40 tracks for...those tracks off that were awesome...which they were not in cd quality,but still awesome... freakaholic,meanwalk,blown away,that song with those 2 and d.o.e,those tracks need to be on attitudes album...not this garbage danja and these no namers...

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  8. thats tru...i mean the one with danja was the first song id heard him on a non timbo song... hmmm

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  9. what y'all have the whole time with fucking Bangladesh?? he's so overrated as a Lil Wayne with his annoying "A Milli"! u can't even name some of Bangladesh's older songs without googling him! I don't wanna hear no Attitude with DJ Montay, Bangladesh, Tricky Stewart or whoever is hot this minute! That's the problem with that industry, everybody runs to the hottest dude of the moment. that's why everything sounds the same

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  10. I can remember his work as Shondrae which often gets played more so than his newer work Though I like A Millie its getting old quick.

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  11. if I recall correctly, Attitude was on Tim's label when it folded. after that, i wouldn't give a care who i worked with as long as my album was getting released.

    i mean, if YOU had a record deal, you wouldn't have timbaland producing ALL your tracks. almost nobody does that. I'd much rather have Danja make my whole album, on some Duran Duran shit. but, then, I'd want Bryan-Michael Cox and the Runners (and some "no-namers"), and soon enough.. no full album.

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  12. fredrick...that is why you dont have timbaland producing your album...u settle... lol

    :0

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  13. http://www.planetradio1073.com/pages/cornelltimbaland.html

    ^^^go there to listen to 5 Chris Cornell songs in FULL

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