Throw It on Me

Throw It on Me

Infobox single
Name = Throw It on Me
Artist = Timbaland featuring The Hives
from Album = Timbaland Presents Shock Value

Released = flagicon|Mexico July 23, 2007 flagicon|Australia August 4, 2007
Writer = Timothy Mosley, Timothy Clayton, Randy Fitzsimmons
Recorded = 2006
Genre = Pop rock Rap Rock Alternative Hip Hop
Length = 2:11 (album version)
Label = Blackground, Interscope
Producer = Timbaland
Misc = Extra chronology
Artist = Timbaland
Type = singles
Last single = "The Way I Are" (2007)
This single = "Throw It on Me" (2007)
Next single = "Ayo Technology" (2007)
Extra chronology
Artist = The Hives
Type = singles
Last single = "A Little More for Little You" (2005)
This single = "Throw It on Me" (2007)
Next single = "Tick Tick Boom" (2007)
"Throw It on Me" is a collaboration between Timbaland and The Hives from the album "Timbaland Presents Shock Value". The Hives recorded vocals and guitar for the song. Timbaland played the song when he was a guest on Elliot in the Morning on DC 101. This song has also been on Verizon advertisements for their phone, the Voyager.

The single was strictly released to limited territories. Serving as the second single in Australia (instead of "The Way I Are"), the song reached #50 on the charts. The track was also serviced Alternative radio in the United States.

The censored version of the song was featured in the 2008 comedy Drillbit Taylor starring Owen Wilson.

Music video

The music video directed by Justin Francis was shot on April 19 2007 at at Universal Studios and features WWE Divas Ashley Massaro, Torrie Wilson, Maryse Ouellet, Brooke Adams, Layla El and Kelly Kelly. The video premiered during "Raw" on May 21st, 2007. [] The video looks almost like a version of Sin City, where "The Baby Faces" (a reference to the term face in Pro Wrestling) consisting of Torrie, Maryse and Ashley take on Brooke, Kelly and Layla in a wrestling match. Timbaland and The Hives declare a winner at the end of the video. The winner announced, however, varies. In most markets, it is said to be "The Baby Faces". However, there is a video where "Extreme Exposé" is the winner. The video clip ends with "To be continued...".

The video has reached #11 on Top 20 ReVamped. It was also #76 on "MTV Asia"'s list of Top 100 Hits of 2007. [MTV Asia. [ "Top 100 Hits List"] . Retrieved 2007-12-27]

The video is being used as the lead single for Latin America.

Track listing

; Australian CD Single [ [ Australian CD Single] ]
# "Throw It on Me" (album version)
# "Throw It on Me" (video)

Chart performance



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