Check out this countdown of the "20/20 Experience" producer's biggest hits thus far, from JT to Jay-Z and everything in between.

10

"Hot Boyz," Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott Feat. Nas, Eve & Q-Tip

Hot 100 Peak Position: 5

Missy’s tone on this song may be a sexy one, but she’s really scheming on how to drain a fly guy of all his cash, jewels and cars. The lyrics match Tim’s menacing production, which is filled with hard snares and kicks.

9

"What Goes Around… Comes Around," Justin Timberlake

Hot 100 Peak Position: 1

After opening the "FutureSex/Love Sounds" cycle with a couple of remix-ready bangers ("SexyBack," "My Love"), JT and Timbaland slowed things down for single number three. In what many called an updated take on "Cry Me A River," a down-but-not-out Timberlake shed some tears but promised his ex wouldn't escape the bad karma.The track thrives in edited-for-radio format, but even better in its pure, seven-and-a-half-minute album form, majestically bridging "LoveStoned" and "Damn Girl."

8

"Say It Right," Nelly Furtado

Hot 100 Peak Position: 1

The first two singles from Nelly Furtado's "Loose" album, "Promiscuous" and "Maneater," were profoundly uninhibited and explicitly sexual; the third radio offering, "Say It Right," scored by peaking into the singer's vulnerable side. Timbaland's production is all distant call and harrowing percussion, and takes center stage after the abrupt end of the third verse.

7

"My Love," Justin Timberlake Feat. T.I.

Hot 100 Peak Position: 1 (3 weeks)

"Ain't another woman that can take your spot my --" begins one of JT's most undeniable dance tracks, immediately turning on Timbaland's unhinged synth riffs and snappy beats. Combined with "Sexyback," Timberlake's first two "FutureSex/LoveSounds" singles spent 10 weeks atop the Hot 100 in 2006.

6

"Try Again," Aaliyah

Hot 100 Peak Position: 1

The highlight of the “Romeo Must Die” soundtrack, this Aaliyah jam carries a knocking beat, and the scrambled noise pleasantly smeared throughout the cut exhibits TImbaland’s ability to showcase odd sounds within a hit song.

5

"Work It," Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott

Hot 100 Peak Position: 2 (10 weeks)

Timbo, with Missy in tow, takes hip-hop to a realm it hardly travels. The "Under Construction" singles finds Elliott being as sexually aggressive as a male rapper would be, anxious to hop in bed with a man and show him what’s she’s made of. The siren blaring should be annoying; instead, fans cranked “Work It” up.

4

"Sexyback," Justin Timberlake

Hot 100 Peak Position: 1 (7 weeks)

While recording his second solo album, Justin Timberlake grew tired of the sound dominating pop radio and recorded something a little different. On "SexyBack" -- the first single from 2006's "FutureSex/LoveSounds" -- JT ditched much of his pretty boy persona and sang like a rocker. With one of Timbaland's most recognizable beats and some instantly-quotable lyrics, Timberlake sounded sexier than ever. Take it to the chorus!

3

"The Way I Are," Timbaland Feat. Keri Hilson

Hot 100 Peak Position: 3

Excuse the poor grammar and just bounce to that ascending-then-descending beat: after scoring a hit with "Give It To Me," Timbaland unearthed a bigger one with the second radio offering from his 2007 "Shock Value" album. Long before "Turnin' Me On," "Knock You Down" and "Pretty Girl Rock," Keri Hilson was effectively introduced to the world on this cut.

2

"Promiscuous," Nelly Furtado Feat. Timbaland

Hot 100 Peak Position: 1 (6 weeks)

For Nelly Furtado's 2006 album "Loose," Timbaland took the one-time pop-folk singer and made her a bit more… promiscuous. On the first of the album's many smash singles, Tim and Nelly play the parts of a just-met couple, trading come-ons and feeling out each other's motives.

1

"Apologize," Timbaland feat. OneRepublic

Hot 100 Peak Position: 2 (4 weeks)

Timbaland's biggest hit to date is… a downcast alt-rock anthem? As crazy as it sounds, the R&B/hip-hop specialist delivered his most successful Hot 100 track when he teamed up with OneRepublic and frontman/songwriter Ryan Tedder for a track buried at No. 16 on his "Shock Value" album. Although it never made it to the No. 1 spot, the song enjoyed a 47-week run on the Hot 100.