"The one constant of the clips is Moller, whose “throw them out there and see what happens” attitude results in a steady stream of material that’s marked by a guy-next-door genuineness. “He’s always been in that content mind-set, and it translates so well,” says Nick Benevenia, a freelance sound designer who worked with Moller at 103.3 AMP Radio. “He’s funny, he’s fun, he has a really attractive personality. You talk to B Mo, and you feel like you’ve known him your whole life.”
"B Mo the Prince (Brian Moller) videos puts each generation in a room and lets them straight up ROAST each other. Obviously, the videos are hilarious, but more importantly he highlights the differences and stereotypes associated with each generation, which not only generates great comedy, but low-key unites the generations so we can point out our generational flaws, laugh at it, fix it, and build a better tomorrow."