The Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) was on Capitol Hill for three days of meetings this week on Copyright reform and 100 percent music licensing just before Congress adjourns.
Jimmy Robbins is a #1 hit songwriter/producer from Raleigh, North Carolina. Jimmy hit the road at a young age and landed his first record deal with Universal Motown when he was 18. A few years into his deal Jimmy began writing and producing for other artists and found that to be his passion.
In 2012, Jimmy moved to Nashville, TN. In just over two years he has celebrated 5 #1 songs starting with Blake Shelton’s “Sure Be Cool If You Did”, “It Goes Like This” for Thomas Rhett, Keith Urban/Miranda Lambert’s duet “We Were Us,” “Whatever She’s Got” by David Nail and “Beachin’” by Jake Owen. He has also celebrated Top 5 singles from Tim McGraw, Chase Rice, and Kelly Clarkson, as well as cuts by country artists including Florida Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum, Miranda Lambert, and more.
Jimmy is a 2014 ASCAP SONG OF THE YEAR award winner for “It Goes Like This” as the most performed song of 2014. He was a 2014 CMA Triple play award winner and was 2014 ASCAP BREAKOUT Writer of the country genre and one of 10 writers worldwide to be recognized alongside artists like Iggy Azalea.
Jimmy Robbins hit the #1 spot on the country charts as a co-producer with Canaan Smith’s single “Love You Like That”. Jimmy has co-production credit on Big Machine Recording Artist RaeLynn from The Voice, as well as Thomas Rhett. He is currently in the studio with Valory recording artist Levi Hummon.