Robert Clifton Brackins III (born September 14, 1988) is an American rapper, record producer, and songwriter. Brackins was born in Berkeley, California, but was primarily raised in East Oakland, California. Brackins is perhaps best known as songwriter, having co-wrote Tinashe's single "2 On" and Chris Brown's hit "Loyal". Brackins is also known for his guest feature on Ray J's controversial hit single "I Hit It First" in 2013, which sold over 100,000 copies independently. Aside from writing and producing for other artists, Brackins also has career as a recording artist. He initially signed with Republic Records as a solo artist in 2010, with the 2014 single "143", featuring Ray J, peaking at number 84 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. His most recent releases include his extended play titled To Live For, which was released on May 13, 2016. The EP features singles such as "Hot Box", featuring rapper G-Eazy and Mila J, and "My Jam" which features Disney Channel star Zendaya and Jeremih. The EP also includes features from fellow California artists Marc E. Bassy, Ty Dolla $ign, Eric Bellinger, and Mina.

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