no shade on the dance floor by BoRock

BoRock

Broadjam Artist: BoRock
Song: no shade on the dance floor

Broadjam Pro Reviewer:
Robert Dellaposta (Writer, A&R, Publisher)

Pro General Comments: Always type up the lyric so the evaluator can read while they are listening...the lyric went by so fast it was hard to hear...The beat was very cool except i thought the synth part was too loud during the hook...I'd lower it a touch so it's not competing with the lyric and you...what i could make out sounded clean and positive...I didn't hear any curse words or expletives which are a no no for major network television and movies for kids etc...Your delivery was exciting and interesting...nice rhythmic changes kept me listening...unpredictable and cool...the arrangement except for the synth part being too loud was excellent...drums sounded crisp...Overall I enjoyed this and i would listen again which is a good sign. If you do an explicit hip hop make sure you always have a clean version for movies and television as well as for music libraries and music placement companies...Always keep the individual stem files (wave files) and keep a mixed down instrumental without rap or vocal...you'll make twice as much money...this shows a lot of talent and i'd be interested in hearing more. The hot thing these days is sports hip hop about winning, achieving, striving, success that can be used for ESPN to Fox movies and TV...good meter and phrasing and overall great arrangement...

Quote From Pro: I would not be surprised to hear that Bo Rock has been signed to a record deal or that one of his songs has been placed in a major movie or television show. He has the skill and talent to succeed if he keeps working hard and doesn't give up...

no shade on the dance floor by BoRock

BoRock

Broadjam Artist: BoRock
Song: no shade on the dance floor

Broadjam Pro Reviewer:
Robert Dellaposta (Writer, A&R, Publisher)

Pro General Comments: Always type up the lyric so the evaluator can read while they are listening...the lyric went by so fast it was hard to hear...The beat was very cool except i thought the synth part was too loud during the hook...I'd lower it a touch so it's not competing with the lyric and you...what i could make out sounded clean and positive...I didn't hear any curse words or expletives which are a no no for major network television and movies for kids etc...Your delivery was exciting and interesting...nice rhythmic changes kept me listening...unpredictable and cool...the arrangement except for the synth part being too loud was excellent...drums sounded crisp...Overall I enjoyed this and i would listen again which is a good sign. If you do an explicit hip hop make sure you always have a clean version for movies and television as well as for music libraries and music placement companies...Always keep the individual stem files (wave files) and keep a mixed down instrumental without rap or vocal...you'll make twice as much money...this shows a lot of talent and i'd be interested in hearing more. The hot thing these days is sports hip hop about winning, achieving, striving, success that can be used for ESPN to Fox movies and TV...good meter and phrasing and overall great arrangement...

Quote From Pro: I would not be surprised to hear that Bo Rock has been signed to a record deal or that one of his songs has been placed in a major movie or television show. He has the skill and talent to succeed if he keeps working hard and doesn't give up...

Cowboy by RandBpro

RandBpro

Broadjam Artist: RandBpro
Song: Cowboy

Broadjam Pro Reviewer:
Chris Keaton (Music Publisher, Artist Manager, Song Plugger)

Pro General Comments: To be brutally honest, I must admit at first I felt this was really close the the Eagles' song "Desperado". In fact, the thought hit me that it was merely a rewrite. However, as the song moved forward I changed my mind and thoroughly enjoyed the message and felt the idea was wholly original. ( I apologize for my initial incorrect impression.)The instrumental track is exceptional and the musical arrangement fits the mood of the piece. Lush. Full sounding. The recording is clean and nearly transparent. By that I mean that with my eyes closed, I felt I was in the same room as the piano, the strings, the guitar and the vocalist. The stereo placement helped with this, as well. Bravo! I am very impressed. Additionally, the recording techniques employed truly support the intimate and personal nature of the lyric and melody.The vocalist has exceptional pitch! The unique timbre of his voice and the reverb used on the voice is (in my opinion) just right. (Most times I am annoyed by longer reverb but it works incredibly well here.)I agree that this song would be a great fit for any western tv show or film. Maybe even a closing theme.I am not familiar with the show or the theme but I feel this song is well written and the recording is well produced.I get the impression the writer spent some time with the storyline. The lyric paints a truly intimate picture and brings visual images to the listener.

Quote From Pro: "Cowboy" really takes me on a marvelous with the memorable melody and lyric.

Cowboy by RandBpro

RandBpro

Broadjam Artist: RandBpro
Song: Cowboy

Broadjam Pro Reviewer:
Chris Keaton (Music Publisher, Artist Manager, Song Plugger)

Pro General Comments: To be brutally honest, I must admit at first I felt this was really close the the Eagles' song "Desperado". In fact, the thought hit me that it was merely a rewrite. However, as the song moved forward I changed my mind and thoroughly enjoyed the message and felt the idea was wholly original. ( I apologize for my initial incorrect impression.)The instrumental track is exceptional and the musical arrangement fits the mood of the piece. Lush. Full sounding. The recording is clean and nearly transparent. By that I mean that with my eyes closed, I felt I was in the same room as the piano, the strings, the guitar and the vocalist. The stereo placement helped with this, as well. Bravo! I am very impressed. Additionally, the recording techniques employed truly support the intimate and personal nature of the lyric and melody.The vocalist has exceptional pitch! The unique timbre of his voice and the reverb used on the voice is (in my opinion) just right. (Most times I am annoyed by longer reverb but it works incredibly well here.)I agree that this song would be a great fit for any western tv show or film. Maybe even a closing theme.I am not familiar with the show or the theme but I feel this song is well written and the recording is well produced.I get the impression the writer spent some time with the storyline. The lyric paints a truly intimate picture and brings visual images to the listener.

Quote From Pro: "Cowboy" really takes me on a marvelous with the memorable melody and lyric.