Singled Out: "The ['I Hit It First'] Music Video Was Hella Fun. I Had A Bunch Of My Homegirls Come"

Tuesday, May 7, 2013 12:55AM

Written by SOHH for Bobby Brackins

[SOHH highlights a hot record each Tuesday and offers a unique look at the track in Singled Out. After Rossy broke down his "My Team" anthem, West Coast rapper Bobby Brackins undresses his and Ray J's "I Hit It First" smash.]

We made "I Hit It First" probably last August. We were in the studio and just working on new music and basically me and Ray J did that song last August and it took up until now for the whole song to come out.

We made the song a while ago and it just finally came out.

We got together and did the whole thing in the studio. We did this at my boy [producer] Nic - Nac's house about last August. When we made it, we knew it had the potential to be a really big song. It took a while to get it out but it's because they wanted to make sure it impacted right.

They just wanted to make sure that everything was set-up properly for the song. We knew it had the potential to be a big song so we didn't want to just throw it out there and see what happens. We wanted to make sure all of the bases were covered.

The music video was hella fun. I had a bunch of my homegirls come. We were just having a good time, chilling. It was a nice sunny day. Everyone was excited about the song, so the music video was fun, creating and trying to have fun and making sure everything came out right.

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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