Grammy-Nominated Singer-Songwriter Bobby Brackins Announces …To Kill For EP, Releasing August 3rd

Complex Premieres “Big Film,” the EP’s Lead Single, Featuring Appearances from G-Eazy and Jeremih


Critical Praise for Bobby Brackins:

2018 BMI Pop Award Winner (DJ Khaled’s “I’m The One”)

The Announcement:

A respected behind-the-scenes mover-and-shaker and a wildly talented artist in his own right, Bobby Brackins’ supernatural facility with hooks helped him rack up a Grammy nomination and a win at the BMI Pop Awards. Stepping back onto center stage with his appealingly raspy vocals and unshakeable melodies, Bobby Brackins announces To Kill For, his upcoming EP. The second in a planned EP trilogy, following 2016’s …To Live For and preceding …To Die For…To Kill For is a breezy summertime listen, packed with radio-ready bangers, romantic jams, and rider’s anthems, all tied together by Bobby’s impeccable songcraft. Featuring appearances from Jeremih, G-Eazy, Marc E. Bassy, Olivia O’Brien, August Grant, and Joy, and with production from Nic Nac,Count Bassy, and Davidior…To Kill Forarrives on August 3rd via EMPIRE.

An in-demand songwriter for more than half a decade, Bobby Brackins is best known for co-writing radio anthems like Chris Brown‘s “Loyal,” Tinashe’s “2 On,” and most recently DJ Khaled’s “I’m The One,” which debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2017 and earned Bobby Brackins a BMI Pop Award in 2018. The Oakland native kept busy over the past year by writing additional tracks for Tinashe and Marc E. Bassy, and by writing his first ever film screenplay. Earlier this year, Bobby shared “Whiplash,” an addictive, Nic Nac-produced single that has become a favorite in his live shows. To accompany the EP announcement, Bobby shares Big Film,” an entrancing new summer jam. Premiered by Complex, the new single features Bobby bragging about his latest infatuation over a bouncing bassline, syncopated handclaps, and a mesmerizing, off-kilter vocal sample. Featuring a confident verse from G-Eazy and a sweetly-sung hook from Jeremih, “Big Film” is an ideal sneak peek into …To Kill For EP, delivering the high-def production, ace songwriting, and earworms for which Bobby Brackins is best known.

Pre-order …To Kill For EP:

Listen to “Big Film” ft. G-Eazy & Jeremih:

Check out the Complex premiere:

…To Kill For Tracklist:

  1. To Kill For ft August Grant
  2. Agent Provocateur
  3. Big Film ft G-Eazy & Jeremih
  4. Raw
  5. OB ft Marc E. Bassy
  6. My Way
  7. Might Die Young ft Joy & Olivia O’Brien
  8. My Love ft Marc E. Bassy
  9. When We Gon Fuck
  10. My Bruhs

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The Background:

Amidst a wave of self-made songwriters, artists and producers, Oakland, California’s Bobby Brackins is at the forefront. With over 25 million YouTube plays, and international radio spins, the established soloist who has written a litany of artists including Zendaya and Jeremih is finally coming into his own. Following high school, Bobby Brackins relocated to Los Angeles alongside his producer and close friend, Nic Nac. “I wanted to keep making music with Nic, and I knew that L.A. was more industry-based. That’s where the labels and well-connected managers were,” Bobby Brackins states. Taking advantage of the web early on to brand himself the artist has had a slew of success working with countless artists which led to Bobby Brackins penning and co-producing a #1 record for Chris Brown in “Loyal,” as well as helping Tinashe find the traction necessary to earn a major label album release date with her lead single, “2 On.” The credit is there, is as the chart and viral reaction, assuring the world that Bobby Brackins has his pen, production, and pulse on the people.


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Pre-order …To Kill For EP:

Listen to “Big Film” ft. G-Eazy & Jeremih:


To Live For…

“Faithful”: //

“Faithful” New Bay Remix ft. Iamsu!:

“In My Room” (Yellow Claw & DJ Mustard feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Tyga):

“Saved” (Ty Dolla $ign ft. E-40):

“My Jam” (ft. Zendaya & Jeremih): //

“Hot Box” (Remix featuring IAMSU! & Too $hort):

“Hot Box” (Sinden Remix):

“Hot Box” (DJ Mustard Remix):

“Hot Box” (feat. G-Eazy & Mila J) Video:

“Hot Box” (feat. G-Eazy & Mila J) Lyric Video:

“Hot Box” (feat. G-Eazy & Mila J):

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