Timbaland quickly made a name for himself inside the late-'90s hip-hop game while not only a rather new producer with an eccentric sense of beat structure but also as one of the the majority of commercially tested producers. This unlikely activity of disposition and commerciality made him a popular commodity right at the end of the '90s as America's top MCs -- Em, Snoop Dogg, Jay-Z -- paid big money for a chance to work with him on the periodic track or maybe more. Though his aesthetic was undoubtedly exceptional, it do show some Southern impact, characterized by a knack intended for evoking a bounce feel; in addition , other trademark features include a shuddering sense of rhythm and a tendency to subtly combine his deep voice in to the background of his tracks. Overall though, Timbaland was the first of a brand new generation of producers as well including Swizz Beatz that crafted infectious hip-hop surpasses without counting on samples. Of course , Timbaland's origins were a bit humble initially; born Tim Mosley, he originally was a part of a duo also including the rapper Magoo, with whom this individual later documented Welcome to Our World (1997). Before that album struck the roads though, Timbaland's first achievement came via his aide with an additional rapper/songwriter, Missy Elliott. Both were important to the incredible success of Aaliyah's One in a Million (1996) and Ginuwine's Ginuwine... The Bachelor (1996), foreshadowing the similar achievement the duet would accomplish on Elliott's debut album, Supa Dupa Fly (1997). Following Timbaland's album with Magoo and also his 1998 solitary album, Tim's Bio, did not storm the charts like his production work, it became clear that Timbaland worked best like a behind-the-scenes developer. By the end in the '90s he was one of the priciest producers in rap -- a bill artists were aligned to shell out, given his proven business clout.