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Bobby Katz

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"Music Review from Brower Entertainment"


Name: Bobby Katz
Genre: Rap
Sound like: ?
Technical Grade: 9
Commercial Value 8.5
Overall Talent Level 9
Songwriting Skills 10
Performance Skills: ?
Best Songs: Life as we know it
Weakness: Curious as if whole CD has same style of music or not
Other comments:
I like your music. "Life as we Know It" has nice beats/production, nice flow,
nice mixture, and nice lyrics. Your words are real and you style is real. Real
music sells. Real performances sell. I get the feeling you are a real
performer too. "Never Put U Down" is a good song too. The beats and styles
sound similar to me even though they are not. That is why I said I was curious
as to how your whole CD flows. If I read correctly it also said that your song
is 6 minutes long? Is there a shorter version for radio play? Again, overall
you have what seems to be a strong package that could sell.

End of Review
- Patricia Brower - Brower Entertainment


The Phantom 1999
Fill the Room 2000
The Bobby Katz LP 2002
Bobby Katz Demo 2006


Feeling a bit camera shy


Looking to be one of the fresh faces in Hip Hop music….. Bobby Katz.

Bobby Katz was born on September 11th 1983. Bobby is from Italian and German decent and his parents are named Susan and Timothy. Raised in the small city of Erie, Pennsylvania, Bobby’s family has always been considered middle class. Bobby’s household was always hectic with four other siblings around also (Kristen, Matthew, Ashley, Brittnay). It seemed like Bobby Katz was always destined for stardom.
Bobby wrote his first rhyme in 1998 exactly 3 days after he received his first Hip-Hop album from one of his best friends. “I was just listening to the beat when my first bar popped in my head,” Bobby says. Bobby was mostly into the punk rock scene at the time and was getting tired of the sound. He wrote that first bar down and it was off from there. Bobby then went on to form a rap group named “Kase 3” with the help of his buddies Chris ands Dre. Bobby was actually kicked out of the group because the other members did not think that his “rhymes” were up to par. An upset Bobby Katz (13 at the time) vowed never to let anybody listen to his “rhymes” until there was no possible way anyone would be able to say that he wasn’t good enough. Skip ahead to 2005………..
After spending years on his craft, (staying up late where no one would see what he was doing, hiding his rhyme books, and basically not telling a single soul he was still rapping) Bobby knew it was time to hit a studio and show the world what he was made of. Bobby became a true student of Hip-Hop music, studying his idols. They include such artists as Jay-z, Tupac, NaS, Cam’ron, Eminem, Kanye West, and Snoop Dogg. He studied their delivery, style, and any quality that set them apart from the rest. He has since found his own niche over those years of studying, writing, and making songs and now can be compared to some of the great Hip-Hop artists of today.
Bobby’s music can be described as entertaining, inspirational, moving, evolutionary, and socially conscious. Bobby considers himself a true artist, always putting whatever he is feeling at the time into his songs. Bobby has also performed in many venues in many cities including Erie, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and New York City. He is really at his best when he is on stage. He loves the attention and really concentrates on giving the audience an entertaining, exciting, and unforgettable performance. As far as Bobby is concerned, he is the future of Hip-Hop music.