On the left is producer The Dream while on the right is rapper Sebastian, the brother of Timbaland .
The Dream was borb Terius Youngdell Nash on September 20th 1977. He is better known by his stage name The-Dream. He is an American R&B and pop record producer, singer, and songwriter. He has also co-written songs, including “Me Against the Music” (2003) for Britney Spears, “Umbrella” (2007) for Rihanna, “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” (2008) for Beyoncé and “Baby” (2010) for Justin Bieber. The Dream married Nivea in 2004 and have three children with her. In 2009 he then married Christina Milian whom he has one child with.
Timbaland brother Sebastian is an American rapper and songwriter born Garland Mosley on September 1st 1977 in Norfolk, United States. The younger brother of hip-hop producer Timbaland, Sebastian has been a part of a small pool of ghostwriters that Timbaland has relied on for his solo recordings since the early 1990s. 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.[dated info] The album will be called Cruel Intentions and its first single, “Wobbley”, is available to download on iTunes.
Producer Timbaland brother Sebastian looks alot like The Dream if you are into the music industry do not get confused between these two. They are Famous People That Look Alike.