By Jack Barnes
Bobby Brackins is best known for co-writing radio anthems like Ray J‘s “I Hit It First,” Chris Brown‘s “Loyal” and his own “My Jam,” but the Grammy-nominated rapper/
“‘Indigo’ is one of those hippy-ass songs that’s cool,” Bobby Brackins explains to The FADER. “It’s not like the typical radio hit that I write which has a certain format and feel. Normally, the hit songs that I write have an arpeggiated melody, they’re super catchy, very synth heavy, normally have a repetitive hook. The hook on ‘Indigo’ is just abstract, the song is based on a mood or feeling. The mood is super chill and vibey.”
Bobby Brackins has been proving himself as an architect of the new California sound for years, co-writing hits including Tinashe‘s “2 On,” and Chris Brown‘s “Loyal.” More recently, he co-wrote the hit Ty Dolla $ign single “Saved,” which features fellow Bay Area artist E-40 and super-producer DJ Mustardbehind the boards. Brackins also joined forces with DJ Mustard in late 2015, co-writing “In My Room,” a collaboration with DJ trio Yellow Claw featuring Ty Dolla $ign and Young Money rapper Tyga. Brackins was also featured in a Forbes interview, giving insights on his career as a hitmaker and solo artist writing a summer banger of his own, “My Jam” with Zendaya and Jeremih. Bobby Brackins is thriving- and he’s ready to step into the spotlight as a writer, rapper, and solo act in 2016. Fans can expect a 2016 release for … To Live For.
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