But just why did he decide to title the album Shock Value?
Later, the producer revealed plans for his upcoming album. Shock Value will pair Timbo up with a slew of recording artists ranging from Lil' Wayne, 50 Cent and Jay-Z to Elton John, Nickelback, The Hives, Fall Out Boy and Nelly Furtado.
Later in the interview, he explained why he is "not just hip-hop."
"I'm not hip-hop, because Jay-Z is not just hip-hop. He wouldn't be [speaking] at the United Nations if he was just hip-hop. He wouldn't own a basketball team if he was just hip-hop. He is bigger than hip-hop. I'm bigger than hip-hop. I do everything. If they have a 'Titanic 2,' I can do Celine Dion. That's easy," he added.
Soon, Timbo will head out on tour with Justin Timberlake, ready to dance, sing and produce a beat live on stage. For now, he will be putting the finishing touches on the album, which is currently slated for a late March release.