Meet 41 year old Robert, originally from Phoenix, Arizona
"A couple of years ago, I was on a road trip with my wife and two young daughters. We were listening to Today’s Top Hits on Spotify and every time a song would play that contained explicit lyrics I would immediately skip to the next track. This became rather frustrating, so I decided to look for an explicit lyrics filter in the app and of course, at the time, there was not one. Consequently, we started listening to other playlists like Disney Hits, Hot Country, Top Christian Hits, etc., basically, anything that we knew wouldn’t have explicit lyric songs. Which was fine, but not exactly what I wanted to listen to for several hours. After we returned home, I decided to create my Top Hits (Clean Version) playlist. This gave me the opportunity to listen to my style of music while keeping it family friendly. I thought maybe someone else might have been in a similar situation before and my playlist would help solve the issue. So, I published my playlist on Spotify and here we are now."
What music did you grow up listening to as a young kid?
My family ensured that I was exposed to many different musical genres. I listened to anything from Classical to Rock and everything between. That’s why my musical taste is somewhat eclectic today, but my love for pop music started in the 80’s with artists like Michael Jackson, Madonna, INXS, Tears For Fears, The Police, Prince, etc.
What is the best concert you’ve ever been to?
Maroon 5 and Red Pill Blues in Nashville, TN
What is your favorite quote?
If you don't like something, change it; if you can't change it, change the way you think about it.
Do you play any instruments? If no, which instrument do you wish you could play?
I am currently learning how to play the piano. However, I can sing and have an above average vocal range.
If you were a singer, what current living artist would you like to collaborate with?
This is a tough question and I don’t know if I would be able to pick just one artist or group, but I can at least narrow it down to Imagine Dragons, 5 Seconds of Summer, and Maroon 5.