Timothy ‘Bos’ Bullock

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Timothy "BOS" Bullock (born August 17, 1985) is an American multi-platinum, Grammy nominated music producer from Detroit, Michigan.

Bullock's first mainstream hit was Inspiration by Young Jeezy that appeared on the double platinum album, also titled, The Inspiration. Bullock went on to expand his discography with Womanizer by Britney Spears in her 2008 album, Circus; On My Own by Chrisette Michele, written by Ne-Yo; Paragraphs of Love by Ghostface Killah featuring Vaughn Anthony & Estelle;[1] Star Girls by Tank featuring Kevin McCall; Love Games by Ashanti featuring Jeremih; and recently co-composing and co-writing, Hello by Ledisi on her 2017 album, Let Love Rule. The album was nominated for Best R&B Album at the [2] 60th Grammy Awards, in January 2018.

Internationally, Bullock has produced for K-Pop artists: EXO (whose album Ex'Act was the first Korean album to go platinum since 2011), Tiffany, Henry Lau, NCT-U and Red Velvet's title track of their November 2018 mini-album release RBB (Really Bad Boy) that debuted on Billboard as the Number One song in World Digital Sales.[3]

Other collaborations include [4] Justin Beiber's leaked tracked Unfaithful and artist/dancer [5] Myles Yachts.