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Timothy Clayton (known as Attitude) is an rap artist, lyricist and producer from Brighton. After a series of incarcerations in his teenage years, Clayton joined with Wade Summerville to found Centa Street Records and focus his efforts on making music and developing other local rap talents. He is best known for his 1996 independently-released album Serious Times.

Following up on his initial success, Attitude joined onto DJ Drama's Aphilliates Music Group and Bubba Sparxxx' 11th Hour Entertainment, touring with Sparxxx and appearing on his second album, Deliverance. From there he began working with Atlanta music producer Timbaland, ghostwriting lyrics for various artists while working on his own second album at Beat Club Records.

Although the album project was cut short when Beat Club folded, Attitude remained with Timbaland, writing for his Mosley Music Group on albums such as Give It to Me and Nelly Furtado's Promiscuous. On January 9, 2007, Attitude signed a contract with Warner Bros. Records, with a new record due in 2009.



  • Serious Times. (July 1, 1996)
  • T.I.M. (Time is Money). (2009)


  • "Do Whut You Do" (2003)
  • "Tell Me Ya Wit It" (2003)
  • "Valet" (feat. Dirty Ken) (2003)
  • "All By Myself" (2004)
  • "Mean Walk" (feat. Six-Two & Timbaland) (2005)
  • "Play The Game How It Go" (2005)
  • "Litz Git Hygh" (feat. Six-Two & Timbaland) (2005)
  • "Get Up (You Ain't Crazy)" (2005)
  • "1st Things 1st" (2006)
  • "Right Quick" (2006)
  • "When I Roll Up" (2007)


  • "Attitude (rapper)." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. 18 Oct 2008, 08:45 UTC. 18 Oct 2008 [1].

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