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In Atlanta, Georgia in May 2008.
Background information
Birth name Timothy Clayton
Origin Birmingham, Alabama, United States
Genres Hip hop
Occupations Rapper, songwriter, producer
Years active 1996–present
Labels Warner Bros. Records
Associated acts Timbaland, Bubba Sparxxx, Nelly Furtado

Attitude (born Timothy Clayton) is an American rapper, songwriter, and producer. He is currently signed to Warner Bros. Records.



Timothy Clayton was raised in a western suburb of Birmingham, Alabama in the community of Brighton, an area with very little access to musical or artistic scenes. Attitude's teen years involved several trips to jail. In between stints, he developed an interest for hip-hop which was nourished by the mainstream offerings from Miami, Atlanta, and New York City. As a result, Attitude developed a style that held true to his southern upbringing, but was greatly influenced by the East Coast lyrically. He started Centa Street Records with partner Wade Summerville, determined to develop Alabama's young talent in addition to enabling him to release his first album Serious Times in 1997.

Attitude's search for talent led him to a friendship with Bubba Sparxxx that would take both careers to the next step. Since their introduction, Attitude has toured with Sparxxx and appeared on his critically acclaimed second album Deliverance. The close relationship also lead Attitude to work with hip hop producer Timbaland, who signed him to the fledgling Beat Club Records imprint. Unfortunately, the label folded despite having over half an album's worth of recoded material.

He joined Warner Bros. Records's roster on January 9, 2007. His Warner debut album is set for a 2009 release. Producers are expected to be Timbaland, Danja, The Runners, Justice League, DJ Toomp, Drumma Boy, David Banner.




  • Serious Times (July 1, 1996)
  • T.I.M. (Time Is Money) (2010)


  • Magic City Classic Vol. 1 (w/DJ Bobby Black - 2005)
  • Key 2 Da Streets Vol. 1 (w/DJ Wally Sparks - 2006)
  • Key 2 Da Streets Vol. 2: My State Of Mind (w/DJ Smallz - 2007)
  • King Of The Hill

Single/Featured releases


  • "Do Whut You Do"
  • "Tell Me Ya Wit It"
  • "Valet" (featuring Dirty Ken)
  • "Cranky Up" (Bubba Sparxxx featuring Attitude & Dirty Ken)
  • "Band Leader" (Bubba Sparxxx featuring Timbaland & Attitude)
  • "Reinfected" (Bubba Sparxxx featuring Ricky Rucker & Attitude)
  • "Leavin'" (Timbaland & Magoo featuring Attitude)
  • "Lights Out" (Timbaland & Magoo featuring Attitude & Bubba Sparxxx)



  • "Mean Walk" (featuring Six-Two & Timbaland)
  • "Play The Game How It Go"
  • "Litz Git Hygh" (featuring Six-Two & Timbaland)
  • "Get Up (You Ain't Crazy)"


  • "Afraid" (Nelly Furtado featuring Attitude)
  • "1st Things 1st" (produced by Tec Beatz)
  • "Right Quick" (produced by Chris Flame)



  • "Man Right Here" (produced by Danjahandz)
  • "This Time Next Year" (produced by Fuego)


  • "I Be Like" (produced by Drumma Boy)
  • "Break Your Heart" (produced by Hit-Boy)
  • "Bigger Than Rap" (featuring Petey Pablo)" (produced by The Runners)

Writing credits


  • 2006 Billboard Music Awards - "Pop 100 Single of the Year" - "Promiscuous"
  • 2007 ASCAP POP Awards Most Performed Song - "Promiscuous"
  • 2007 Grammy Nomination - Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals - "Promiscuous"
  • 2008 ASCAP POP Awards Most Performed Song - "Give It To Me"
  • 2008 Grammy Nomination - Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals - "Give It To Me"


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