Bobby Jupiter is a talented rapper and lyricist from Washington, DC. He started his career in 2004 with a local independent label "Off Da Rack" (Nate Jenkins). Bobby formed a group with local friends known as Kingsmen202; however the group split sometime around 2007. After almost giving up music, he was encouraged by a local barber, Marv, in 2011 who had a son that produced by the name of Troy Train. This kicked off Bobby Jupiter’s incredible solo career. His latest releases to his audience “Money Fault”, “3 Stars 2 Stripes”, “Thug Cry”, and “Believe That” are some of the grooviest tracks and have been the subject for gossip everywhere. Bobby Jupiter also has his own production houses titled as Diverse Culture / Kingsmen202 his releases are based in the genre of hip-hop, yet each track has different vibes for a variety of listeners.
“Money Fault” weaves through Bobby’s hustle, struggle and ultimate come up. Bobby Jupiter’s hard-hitting bars are laced with storytelling elements and quick-witted bars. The track features an obviously contemporary hip-hop sound. Bobby adds his own authentic flare to create an explosive and meaningful track. Bobby goes off on the beat, he exudes raw energy and admirable vulnerability that anyone can relate to. “Money Fault” is an anthem for the hardworking people living their real lives and truth. Bobby’s upbeat flow and flawless, witty, bars make this track unparalleled in today’s hip-hop scene. Getting a message across, effortlessly reciting perfect lyrics, and finding/creating beats to match is Bobby Jupiter’s specialty. The production quality and artistry is professional and finely-calibrated. Stay tuned for more from Bobby Jupiter.
Listen to “Money Fault” here and read more below in our exclusive interview.
Welcome to BuzzMusic! How would you describe your live performance? What’s your stage presence like?
"Head-noddingly Cool & Engaging"
What would be your dream collaboration?
"Al Green and Gwen Stefani"
How did you get started in making/writing music?
"Writing poems, freestyling, open mics and pofessionally recording led to writing more late 90s"
We love your lyrics! What's the meaning behind “Money Fault”?
"It's said Money is the root of evil, so it's taking Fault of a lot of our actions., rather you got it or trying to finesse to get it it's the money fault.."
Can we expect more collaborations with Project Pat?
"Pat is a busy Man, but I can see it happening"
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