Hailing out of Detroit, Michgan, Rob Moss is a force to be reckoned with. Attending the Detroit School of Arts and majoring in vocal music was only the icing to his cake. Throughout college Rob would record record and perfect his craft. He released his first EP, “Easy”. The project immediately struck a chord with listeners and supporters on many campuses across Chicago. After releasing more music online, Rob wrote his first project, “Lover Loner Stoner”. At that time, Rob collaborated with artist Ted Park and Terk Lewis and started to create a buzz within New York City. In 2015, Rob won NYC’s “Solo Artist of The Year” presented by Bridging the Music. In 2017, he released his first Full project “Godly” to critical acclaim. Curently, he has been promoting his new project “RND” an EP that reflects maturity and growth. He strives to create high quality content, heartfelt original music, and style. As Rob continues perfect his craft while sharing his enticing story, he no releases the visuals to, “Playing Games” where he explains why not to play games. The Chi-town native openly discussed the inpsiration and intriguing process behind his work.
“The creative process for RND was all about quality and attention to detail. A lot of long nights in the studio ,re-working songs, adding, deleting, working on things very meticulously to make sure every detail was intentional. A lot of weed involved in making this project as well. For about 6/7 months I didn’t focus on anything else but making music, so it was a lot of focus and precision but still having a good time along the way. The motivation to create timeless music was from being inspired by timeless music. The whole time was writing this projects i had albums like “CrazySexyCool”, ” Reasonable Doubt”, “Supa Dupa Fly”, and “Dangerously in Love” and “Anti” on repeat. I pretty much wanted to make something that I personally would be a fan, and could enjoy. I just wanted to bring a certain feeling that was timeless, as an indie artist people may not discover your music until years later, and wanted to make sure the music could stand the test of time and not just be another trendy thing. After hearing the project i want listers to feel a little bit of nostalgic but also current. I want them to wanna re-play it then go and play some old school R&B vibes afterwards. A lot of the songs talk about different relationship aspects which is always relatable to fans too. I just want people to catch a vibe, smoke one and catch a vibe lol Its a full story if you really listen to it, it’s a Love Story.”
As we can see Rob loves to make timeless and subbstanial music that everyone can relate to. He continues to create a vibe that is felt through his lyrics and that is how he continues to reach new pinnacles and level up.
Watch “Playing Games” here!
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