Songwriter and producer Jimmy Robbins has signed an exclusive publishing deal with Boom Music Group in partnership with Cinq Music Group, which also recently acquired a portion of Robbins’ catalog.
Robbins is an CMA and ACM-award winning, Grammy-nominated songwriter who has penned over 200 cuts in multiple genres. He has earned 10 No. 1 songs as a writer, including Kelsea Ballerini and Kenny Chesney‘s “Half Of My Hometown,” Maren Morris’ “The Bones” and “I Could Use A Love Song,” Thomas Rhett‘s “It Goes Like This,” Blake Shelton’s “Sure Be Cool If You Did,” Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert’s “We Were Us,” David Nail’s “Whatever She’s Got,” Jake Owen‘s “Beachin’,” Jason Aldean’s “Lights Come On,” and Michael Ray’s “Think A Little Less.”
Robbins penned four cuts on Morris’ album Girl (2019 CMA Album of the Year) including her Grammy-nominated, 2021 ACM Song of the Year, 2020 CMA Song of the Year, 2020 AIMP Song of the Year, and two-week country No. 1 single, “The Bones.” The smash single was also No. 1 at Hot AC, No. 1 at Adult Contemporary radio, a 19-week No. 1 at Billboard‘s Hot Country Songs, No. 9 on Billboard‘s Top Hot 100 Songs of 2020, No. 2 on Billboard‘s Top Country Songs of 2020, and has accumulated 1 billion total audience spins on iHeart Radio.
He is a CMA Triple Play Award winner for penning three No. 1 songs in a 12-month period, and was ASCAP Song Of The Year winner for Rhett’s “It Goes Like This.” Robbins also received a 2021 ASCAP Pop Award for “The Bones” being one of the most performed pop songs of the year. As a producer, Robbins has produced hits such as Maddie + Tae‘s “Die From A Broken Heart” and Canaan Smith’s “Love You Like That,” as well as a No. 1 album for RaeLynn’s Wildhorse.
“Jimmy is a one of a kind talent and we couldn’t be more excited to be working with him at Boom,” shares Boom Sr. Director, A&R Shaina Botwin. “Joe Fisher signed Jimmy to his first publishing deal over 10 years ago, so it’s a sweet reunion to be working alongside him again now with our partners at Cinq and our admin partner Warner Chappell.”
“We couldn’t have picked a better partner in Boom, and a better creator in Jimmy, to kick off our venture into Nashville,” shares Cinq Music President Barry Daffurn. “Things are off to a great start, and we’re extremely excited for what the future holds.”
“I am so excited to be working with Boom and Cinq,” says Robbins. “I’m really looking forward to growing and expanding my writing world in this new partnership and can’t wait to see what we do together!”
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