Stevie J Tells ‘Uncensored’ Swizz Beatz and Timbaland Can’t Touch Him in the Studio

Stevie J on Uncensored (Credit: TV One)

Stevie J is getting time to tell his story on TV One’s Uncensored, and he’s using it to shade several fellow music producers.

The hitmaker sits down for this weekend’s episode of the autobiographical series, directed by Tami Roman, to reflect on his life and career. In the above clip, Stevie J. says there should be no discussion of ’90s R&B and hip hop without mentioning his name.

“You’ve got Timbaland and Swizz Beatz. You got Pharrell, any of them… I’ll get in the studio with all of them. They know what’s up. That’s not being pompous, they know what’s up. Timbo can’t scuff my Balenciagas in the studio,” he says pointing to his designer shoes.

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Stevie J, real name Steven Aaron Jordan, rose to fame as a member of the Bad Boy Records “Hitmen” production team. He worked with Mariah Carey, Tevin Campbell, The Notorious B.I.G., 112, Jodeci, Faith Evans, Jay-Z, and Eve, and won a Grammy Award for his work on Puff Daddy’s debut album “No Way Out.”

But in recent years, Stevie J has made more headlines in the tabloids than in music publications.

After appearing as one of the main cast members of VH1 reality show Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, Stevie — or Steebie to his fans — became known for his romantic entanglements with Mimi Faust and Joseline Hernandez.

He has six children from five different women, and in 2017 was sentenced to 3 years of probation for failing to pay over $1 million in back child support.

Last year, his brief marriage with R&B singer Faith Evans collapsed. In December 2021, he filed papers to end the marriage and then asked for spousal support, People magazine reported. Now Stevie J is telling his story in his own words on Uncensored.

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The upcoming schedule for this season of Uncensored is as follows:
Master P (March 20)
Taye Diggs (March 27)
Salli Richardson-Whitfield (April 3)
Cee-Lo (April 10)
Erica Campbell (April 17)
Trina (April 24)

Uncensored is produced for TV One by Eric Tomosunas, Keith Neal, James Seppelfrick and Paul Hall (Executive Producers), Jay Allen (Co-Executive Producer), and Nikki Byles (Producer) of Swirl Films.

Also this weekend, TV One will air an episode of Unsung on British rapper Monie Love. The hip-hop artist climbed the charts in the late ’80s and early ’90s with a unique style and socially-conscious lyrics. In this episode of Unsung, she looks back on her career.

Unsung: Monie Love airs Sunday, March 13 on TV One at 9PM ET/ 8C followed by Uncensored: Stevie J at 10PM ET/9C.