Singled Out: "Everything In This Music S**t Is All About Timing"
Tuesday, May 21, 2013 2:25PM
[SOHH highlights a hot record each Tuesday and offers a unique look at the track in Singled Out. After Metro Boomin decoded Ludacris and Young Jeezy's "Raised In The South," West Coast rapper Bobby Brackins breaks down his "Big Body" anthem.]
I hooked back up with Nic-Nac for the "Big Body" record. I did that record a long time ago. We made that record a while ago and we even shot the music video for it a while ago too.
Everything in this music sh*t is all about timing and making sure there's a proper set-up and making sure that you have all of the bases covered, making sure the publicists are ready to go, making sure the whole team is ready to go and strong.
We made that song a while ago and then we went onto the "I Hit It First" campaign. I didn't want the "Big Body" song to get overshadowed by the "I Hit It First" record, so I figured it would be better just to take care of that campaign first and then put the song out.
I wanted to make sure the video shoot for "I Hit It First" went well and then I would start working on getting "Big Body" out there. I didn't want to put a million things out there at once.
We shot the "Big Body" music video a while ago, so now that "I Hit It First" is out there and it's making noise worldwide, I wanted to keep the progress going and hit everyone up with "Big Body."
Bobby spent the most of 2011 perfecting his artistry and lyrical skill, he wrote a hit single for Oakland native and now Disney superstar, Zendaya, titled "Swag it out". In addition to that Bobby completed "The Young and Hung Over" tour sharing the bill with the Prince of LA "YG" and Ty$. After jumping off of that tour Bobby decided to continue his travel across the country promoting his new mix tape "Pimp Hand Strong." He has performed at numerous summer jams events and has even obtained Billboard top 100 success! April 25, 2012 marked the day that Bobby Released his final mix tape titled "Stay on it" which the remix to his record Golden State, "Earthquake" launched off of with heavy radio rotation. Bobby Brackins is the Co-founder of clothing line Lost Kats, a shiek exclusive brand catered towards people that are unique in their ways and are ok with being different.
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