Timbaland, real name Timothy Mosley, spoke with the Producer Grind podcast and shared that he once commanded $500,000 per song.

The co-founders of the popular Verzuz series have settled their lawsuit with Triller. Timbaland and Swizz Beatz sued the video-sharing platform in August nearly a year and a half after the company acquired the series.

Swizz Beatz and Timbaland filed a $28 million lawsuit against Triller for defaulting on payments over their Triller deal.

The conversation about who is the best to do it behind the boards is a debate to be had. But our money is on Timbaland as the greatest of all time producer; no cap.

After comparing The Weeknd's latest album to one of the best albums of all time, the Virginia producer shared a meme regarding Quincy Jones that was meant to be inspirational but Twitter clowned it instead.

Last week during the Verzuz battle between Bone Thugs N Harmony and Three 6 Mafia, Swizz Beatz took to the comments on Instagram to share his frustrations with fans regarding the attitudes and demands artists participating in the event have requested.

In the recap of The Isley Brothers vs. Earth Wind & Fire battle, Swizz and Timbaland have a frank discussion of the impact of VERZUZ.

Swizz Beatz and Timbaland explained to the 20-year-old actor that there is more to their deal than a money grab, however.


After initially shooting down Harvey Levin's idea of a Jay-Z Verzuz Diddy outing (we want Jay-Z Verzuz Nas, not Diddy), Swizz was open to an event featuring the two iconic producers.

Just in time for the change in weather, Swizz Beatz and Timbaland announce that Verzuz will return for season 2 very soon. Though the timeline of when that happens is not yet revealed, fans are nonetheless excited to see what the two musical geniuses have for their next set of high-profile battles.