Garland Mosley

born on 1/9/1977 in Norfolk, VA, United States

Sebastian (rapper)

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Sebastian (rapper)

Garland Mosley (born September 01, 1977 in Norfolk, United States), commonly known by his stage name Sebastian, is an American rapper and songwriter. He is the younger brother of fellow rapper Timbaland.

Biography

The younger brother of hip-hop producer Timbaland, Sebastian (born Garland Mosley) has been a part of a small pool of ghostwriters that Timbaland has relied on for his solo recordings since the early 1990s. In his adolescent years, Sebastian originally thought that his future would be in sports, but he was pulled more and more into rap music and writing rhymes because of his brother, who was just starting out as a DJ at the time. After completing high school, he joined Timbaland and breakout R&B singer Ginuwine on tour, which is where he firmly decided that he would pursue music as a profession. The first lyrics he wrote for Timbaland were for the song "We at It Again" for the soundtrack of Romeo Must Die (2000), on which the rhyme-scripter also made a guest appearance. Throughout the next few years, he continued to make guest appearances on various Timbaland-produced songs, particularly for the Timbaland & Magoo combo. When Timbaland founded Mosley Music Group in 2006 after the demise of his Beat Club imprint, Sebastian signed to the label and found himself in the thick of Timbaland's new wave of popular hits. He contributed to Timbaland's 2007 outing Shock Value. Sebastian's debut album is expected to be released in the near future. The album will be called Cruel Intentions and its first single, "Wobbley", is available to download on iTunes.

Discography

Charted singles

Year Title Chart positions[1] Album
FRA BEL SWI SWE GER BUL POL TUR
2008 "Dangerous" (M. Pokora featuring Timbaland and Sebastian) 1 2 28 15 32 5 38 18 MP3

Guest appearances

2000

  • "Try Again (Timbaland Remix)" (Aaliyah featuring Sin & Sebastian)
  • "We At It Again" (Timbaland & Magoo & Static Major featuring Sebastian)

2001

  • "Open Wide" (Bubba Sparxxx featuring Sebastian)
  • "All Ya'll" (Timbaland & Magoo featuring Tweet & Sebastian)
  • "It's Your Night" (Timbaland & Magoo featuring Sin & Sebastian)
  • "People Like Myself" (Timbaland & Magoo featuring Static & Sebastian)
  • "Serious" (Timbaland & Magoo featuring Petey Pablo & Sebastian)
  • "Roll Out" (Timbaland & Magoo featuring Petey Pablo & Sebastian)
  • "Beat Club" (Timbaland & Magoo featuring Sin & Sebastian)
  • "Drama" (Timbaland & Magoo featuring Sebastian)

2003

  • "Special" (Sebastian featuring Bubba Sparxxx)
  • "Indian Flute" (Timbaland & Magoo featuring Raje Shwari & Sebastian)
  • "Naughty Eye" (Timbaland & Magoo featuring Raje Shwari & Sebastian)
  • "Do Your Thang" (Timbaland & Magoo featuring Sebastian)

2004

  • "Phenomenon" (Sebastian featuring Timbaland & Rajé Shwari)
  • "Hungry" (Sebastian featuring Timbaland, Ms. Jade & Sin)
  • "Stomped Out" (Sebastian featuring Attitude & Petey Pablo)
  • "Rock 'n' Roll" (Sebastian featuring Bubba Sparxxx & Timbaland)
  • "Could You" (Sebastian featuring Tweet)
  • "Ready" (Sebastian featuring Timbaland & Petey Pablo)
  • "Beat Club (Part 2)" (Sebastian featuring Timbaland, Bubba Sparxxx & Petey Pablo)

2005

  • "Take It Off" (Sebastian featuring Timbaland)
  • "Take It Off Part 2" (Sebastian featuring Timbaland)

2007

  • "Miscommunication" (Timbaland featuring Keri Hilson & Sebastian)
  • "Kill Yourself" (Timbaland featuring Attitude & Sebastian)
  • "The Way I Are (Video Version)" (Timbaland featuring Keri Hilson D.O.E. & Sebastian)
  • "Number One Fan" (Remix) (Dima Bilan featuring Sebastian)

2008

2009

  • "Better Now" (Luigi Masi featuring Sebastian)
  • "Wobbley"
  • "Retro"
  • "Tomorrow In the Bottle" (Timbaland featuring Chad Kroeger & Sebastian)
  • "Can You Feel It" (Timbaland featuring Esthero & Sebastian)

2010

  • "He Tried" (featuring Magoo)
  • "If We Ever Meet Again" (Timbaland featuring Katy Perry and Sebastian) (uncredited vocals)

2011

Writing Credits

References

  1. lescharts.com - M. Pokora discography (French). Retrieved on 2008-04-02.

External links

  • Sebastian's Official MySpace Page
  • Sebastian's Personal MySpace Page
  • Sebastian's Youtube Page
  • Sebastian's Twitter Page
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