Bill Cox: “I Love the Fat Chicks” a Comedy Poem That Has Urban Edge

Bill Cox: “I Love the Fat Chicks” a Comedy Poem That Has Urban Edge

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Spoken Word is the Next Rap. “I Love the Fat Chicks” is a comedy poem that has edge. The great beat by Michael Traverzo, produces a fun and quality dance song, while Bill Cox the writer and emcee, delivers Urban Dance Poetry at its best.

Bill says: “My job is that I am an Events Manager and Wedding DJ for DJU Productions in Houston, Texas. Additionally, I am a writer. I got into a Poetry Phase and created “Urban Dance Poetry”

“I am an older artist. Actually, that helps define me. I am a Navy Veteran, College Graduate, Married, Parent of boy and girl, a writer with 2 books, a feature film called Beer and Seed, performer with years of experience. Most artists won’t get to accomplish the things that I have. Although my Poetry phase may have started later, I have gotten to do more. I have a lot more experience to draw on.”

In an interview with WWS Magazine , Bill Cox had this much to say.

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Tell us about where you are from and how you got to this position today.

My job is that I am an Events Manager and Wedding DJ for DJU Productions in Houston, Texas. Additionally, I am a writer. I got into a Poetry Phase and created “Urban Dance Poetry”

Tell us more about the current song you are promoting to everyone.

I Love the Fat Chicks is a song fun song that has edge. Great beat by Michael Traverzo, it is fun and a quality dance song. Since I am a Writer/MC, I have always wanted the words to be heard and they are on this one.

What are you currently working on and what can we expect to see?

I am an Actor also and the next project is a feature film called Beer & Seed. It is a dark comedy about a student who tries to reinvent himself through higher education and the issues confronting that.

Tell us about one of the hardest challenges you had to face in the industry?

Proper exposure has been the biggest challenge. I am an MC and Public Speaker. My music doesn’t typically work at the type of events (wedding receptions, corporate events) that I work. My music works best late at night in a rockin’ club.

What was one of the biggest setbacks in your career and how did you bounce back?

No setbacks, but I am an older artist. Actually, that helps define me. I am a Navy Veteran, College Graduate, Married, Parent of boy and girl, a writer with 2 books out, performer with years of experience. Most artists won’t get to accomplish the things that I have. Although I may have started later, I have gotten to do more.

What are some things artists need to be careful of?

Being something they are not, because if you don’t feel it, nobody else will.

What suggestions do you have for other artists like yourself?

Be awesome, whatever your definition of awesome is.

What are the best ways to sell your products as an artist?

Believe in the products you create, network and market.

What is one of your favorite ways to promote yourself and your music?

Reverbnation.com has been very good to me. Other online sites like, YouTube, Facebook etc. has helped as well.

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