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Bos (record producer)

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Birth nameTimothy Bullock
Also known as
  • Timothy "Bos" Bullock
  • Tim Bosky
  • Bos Billions
  • Bosbillz
BornAugust 17, 1985 (age 36)
Detroit, Michigan, U.S.
  • Record producer
  • songwriter
  • Guitar
  • bass
  • piano
  • organ
  • drums
Years active2006-present

Timothy Bullock (born August 17, 1985), known professionally as BOS (an acronym for Bent On Success), is an American record producer and songwriter from Detroit, Michigan. He is best known for working with artists such as Beyoncé, Britney Spears, Justin Bieber, Jeezy, Ashanti, Ledisi, Chrisette Michele, Tank, and Ghostface Killah, among others.


BOS has been in the music business professionally since 2006, with his debut professional release being the title track for Young Jeezy’s album, The Inspiration. He has since worked with some of the music industry’s biggest artists across various genres.

Standout mentions include BOS’ production of "Womanizer", performed by Britney Spears reaching #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 song chart. His production on Epiphany, Chrisette Michele’s sophomore album release, also went to #1 on the Billboard 200 album chart. On November 28, 2017, he received a Grammy Award nomination for Best R&B Album with his work on Ledisi’s album, Let Love Rule.

BOS was instrumental in the production of the song "Sandcastles" on Beyoncé’s Lemonade album release. Continuing to make a global impact, he simultaneously had the #1 and #2 album in the world with Beyoncé’s Lemonade and EXO's Ex’Act.

More recently, BOS produced the #1 worldwide hit single "RBB (Really Bad Boy)", by SM Entertainment’s girl group Red Velvet. He also scored the music for the Netflix film Beats, premiering on June 19, 2019.

Production discography[edit]

Title Year Artist(s) Album
"The Inspiration (Follow Me)" 2006 Jeezy The Inspiration
"Womanizer" 2008 Britney Spears Circus
"On My Own" 2009 Chrisette Michele Epiphany
"Paragraphs of Love"

(featuring Vaughn Anthony & Estelle)

Ghostface Killah Ghostdini: Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City
"Stars Girl"

(featuring Kevin McCall)

2011 Tank Diary of a Mad Man
"Love Games"

(featuring Jeremih)

2013 Ashanti Braveheart
"The 7th Sense" 2016 NCT U NCT 2018 EMPATHY
"I Just Wanna Dance" Tiffany Young I Just Wanna Dance
"The Urge" SAARA Hello I'm Saara
"Artificial Love" EXO EX'ACT
"Sandcastles" Beyoncé Lemonade
"Another World" NCT 127 NCT #127
"Feel Good" SHINee 1 of 1
"I Can Tell You (Night and Day 2.0)" 2017 Quincy This Is for You

(featuring Common)

Siedah Garrett Non-album single
"That One" HENRY
"Hello" Ledisi Let Love Rule
"You're the Reason" 2018 Carson Lueders Non-album single
"Sum of Us" Canjelae The Intent 2: The Come Up (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
"RBB (Really Bad Boy)" Red Velvet RBB
"Thursday" Leven Kali I Get High When I Think About Us
"Someone Else" 2019 Canjelae Case Covers
"Kari's Song (Long Way Home"

(featuring Tati)

HappyBirthdayCalvin Beats (Netflix Soundtrack)

(featuring Icewear Vezzo)

Keely Ferguson Non-album single
"Burn" Venture Rose Heartbreak Summer
"applause" 2020 whiterosemoxie white ceilings
"mitt romney"
"Quiet Down" NCT Dream Reload
"All You Have" Venture Rose Non-album single
"Easy Love" Canjelae Cave Covers
"Blurry Lines" Sebastian Kole Numb
"Boys Break Too"
"goo" whiterosemoxie grae ceilings
"mist outside"

(featuring Sam Austins)


(featuring K.M.O.)

"mama, we made it"
"So Impatient" Amaree Non-album single
"90's Love" NCT U NCT 2020 Resonance Pt. 2
"God Bless You"

(featuring BOS)

Jayrah Gibson Non-album single

(featuring Eric Bellinger)

2021 KAS
"Blow Out the Brains" Jay2 Send Heartss
"All for You" Pollari Loverboy 2
"Spontaneous" Rashad B Non-album single
"Walk Through"

(featuring BOS)

Myles Yachts
"I'll Make You Cry" aespa Savage
"Love on the Floor" NCT 127 Favorite
"OK!" NCT U Universe


External links[edit]

Official website

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