Creativity: Rob needs to reach a little deeper to make something that doesn't sound that run of the mill.
Hook: Pretty Catchy, I can recite it after only listening to it 3 times.
Beat: The beat is on point, Rob keeps the energy alive and matches the mid tempo track filled with chants and a sick electric guitar accompaniment.
Originality: This could have been a little more imaginative.
Lyrics: Nothing thought provoking or different than what I've heard from other R&B Artists.
Flow: The flow of the song overall was smooth, then there was a rap break, that threw off the momentum.
Recording Quality: The quality and arrangement could have been a lot better, there were very few harmonies in this particular song. The harmonies could have made this song a little less bare.
Does the song engage the listener and/or have emotional impact? Personally no.
Is the song memorable? The melody definitely is, it stays stuck in your head.
Song is decent, the artist needs a little more vocal control here, overall I would say there is extreme potential here.
"Let the Night Take Ova You"
Creativity: This track centered on the elements of night time, this was a nice theme, pretty creative here.
Hook: The hook is simple, simple is good. Simple and Catchy also very memorable.
Beat: The beat is hypnotic, and sexy, sets the stage for Rob's vocals.
Originality: Extremely he managed to put together what could be considered a foreplay track, he gets his point across without being vulgar or lewd. That is KEY in creating RnB music these days.
Lyrics: Love the style that it is written in, he got creative here and was able to play around with metaphors in relation to night time.
Flow: The flow of the song is pretty sexy, love the slow pace.
Recording Quality: I would rate the recording as 7/10 as the vocals could be a little clearer.
Does the song engage the listener and/or have emotional impact? The hook engages me more than anything, emotionally? Not so much.
Is the song memorable? : Not as a whole, the hook sticks.
“Set The Mood Right”
Hook – Not a fan of how it's being sung. Misses the mark for me.
Beat- Slow Jam material
Originality: It's original in the sense that it doesn't get to the rated R, type material, and these days artists are trying to push the envelope in that direction, but Rob approaches it from a gentleman's role.
Lyrics: The lyrics are a little corny nothing that really stands out.
Flow – The flow seems to be a signature of the singer, stays in sexy form.
Recording Quality: 7/10
Does the song engage the listener and/or have emotional impact? It's a bedroom track so in the
Is the song memorable? No
Overall my review of the artist is that I hear potential. He has an ear for melodies, and that is crucial in R&B. The energy is there, with some basic vocal training to help this artist control his voice, ad libs, and range, he can excel. The vocals sound a little bare not many harmonies are heard throughout the music.
About The Artist RobP
The mission of singer and songwriter RobP is to invite audiences into his world by way of his music. The R&B, Pop and Hip Hop artist hailing from New York is set to release his debut EP titled “Set the Mood Right” at the end of the summer. Deeming himself an early student of music, RobP. first learned to play the trumpet in elementary school which sparked a greater interest in pursuing the art form as his craft. RobP. began writing songs by the time he was in middle school and drew the attention of friends when he started entering rap battles. Music was not just a hobby or past time to RobP but a true passion that he continues to goes to bed with and wake up to daily. Working towards a music degree and continuing to write songs demonstrates that RobP is truly vested in pursuing his music as a full time career. Transcending beyond an artist RobP would like to become a vocal coach for upcoming artists down the road in addition to a mentor as a way of giving back. Music is a form of expression that RobP doesn’t take for granted and his long term goal is to reach people on a global scale. RobP compares his sound to the soft and sultry tone of the singer Lloyd combined with the abstract style of rap artist Andre 3000. Along with the mentioned artists, RobP notes some of his influences as Michael Jackson, Mario and Common. With his unique style, RobP blends R&B and Hip Hop seamlessly. Shooting straight from the heart with emotion, RobP wants his audience to access his mind and thoughts through lyrics and vocals in the same manner as pages from a best seller book. When it comes to rapping Rob P is a lyricist with messages about struggles, finding inspiration and dealing with daily challenges including poverty. Rob P wants to show that an artist can exist outside of a box with versatility and the ability to speak what is on his mind. RobP has released the hot new singles “Set You Free,” “Can I Be the One,” “Let the Night Take Ova You,” in anticipation of his debut EP titled “Set the Mood Right.” RobP has embarked upon a promotional blitz campaign for his new EP. To contact RobP please visit RobP on twitter @RobPWorld or http://www.facebook.com/robpworld or email at RobPWorld@gmail.com.
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