Fancy Hagood is an artist/writer signed to Prescription Songs through a joint venture with Big Machine (home of Taylor Swift, Tim McGraw, The Band Perry, Florida Georgia Line, etc). In 2015, Hagood released his debut single, "Goodbye," which charted at number 29 on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 chart. In November 2015. He released his second single, "Boys Like You," featuring Ariana Grande and Meghan Trainor. Hagood opened for both Grande and Trainor on their national tours in 2015. His strongpoints are songs that are lyric driven, being that he started in Nashville's songwriting community, but his songs lean heavily toward urban/pop. He is as strong of a lyricist as he is with melody. His voice and writing have been compared to that of Bruno Mars and Cee Lo Green, with a splash of Beyoncé. In 2016 it was announced that his song "Battles" would be performed at the 2016 Olympic Games.