Bobby James is an up an Coming Hip-Hop artist From The Suburbs of Minnesota (A.V.). Co-founder of Middle Class Trash Ent. He has been influence by a wide range of music from NoFx, Dr. Dre, Lynard Skynard, Lil' Wayne, Kottonmouth Kings, and so on. Bobby went to IPR (Institute of Production and Recording) and has used his business savvy mindset to reach a growing fan base online. He has recorded over 100 songs and has reached over 10,000 downloads online. He has done many shows around the Minnesota area all the way down to Arizona, he has opened up for acts such as Big B, Dirtball from the Kottonmouth Kings, and DGAF. He is just at the beginning of his career "just building this movement from nothing to something." So Thanks to all that support this movement. Lots of projects in the works so always be on the lookout for that new music.
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