Over the last few years alone, Tommee Profitt has achieved tremendous success as a producer, songwriter, and award-winning composer for TV and movies. A lifelong musician who taught himself to play piano as a child and started producing his own music at age 12, Tommee has earned accolades and acclaim for his genre-warping production work with platinum-selling artists like Migos, Hunter Hayes, and NF—the rapper/singer/songwriter whose Tommee-produced 2017 single “Let You Down” went five-times platinum, hit #1 on Billboard’s US Mainstream Top 40 chart, and surpassed a billion streams worldwide. With over 200 sync placements in the film, TV, and gaming worlds, he’s found his music featured everywhere from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 to “The Handmaid’s Tale” to Apex Legends. In addition, his cover of Linkin Park’s “In The End” (featuring Fleurie) landed on Spotify’s Viral 50 chart in 23 countries, emerged as the #52 most Shazamed song of 2019, and continues to impact TikTok users across the globe by driving 200 million views weekly. In his latest creative breakthrough, Tommee now makes his debut as a recording artist with “Faking Love”: a darkly charged track that brings his cinematic sensibilities to an urban-leaning piece of pop music. Featuring vocals from his frequent collaborators Jung Youth and NAWAS, “Faking Love” is accompanied by an equally mesmerizing video whose dystopian sci-fi edge further reveals the depth of Tommee’s artistry. Currently at work on a high-concept Christmas album featuring appearances from pop icons and breakout artists alike, Tommee’s upcoming projects include a full-length effort delivering more of his elaborately detailed yet undeniably epic take on urban pop.