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In the past 30 plus years Hip-Hop has accumulated a mass following globally. However, every dream isn’t lived or achieved. Born Brandon Greene professionally known as “B$Greene” aka B. Money his dream is far from being lived. Born and raised in Mobile, Alabama; B. Greene was always influenced by music. At the age of 5, B. Money picks up his first instrument, a snare drum. B$Greene was blessed to grow up in a two parent home in the middle-class area of town. At the age of 9, B. Money started listening to rap music. He was listening to “I Miss My Homies” by Master P featuring UGK, B$Greene wrote his first rhyme and recorded it with his cousins on a tape recorder. While attending Dunbar School of Creative and Performing Arts, B. Money played the saxophone until his 12th grade year of high school. As a young teen, B$Greene was heavily influenced by rap and began to write rhymes and making beats. His influences for making beats were such producers as: Timberland, Mannie Fresh, The Neptunes, Polo Da Don, and Jazzy Pha. At the age of 18, B$Greene started collaborating with his neighbor Jeff Jones aka “LJeffy” and put together the underground classic “Paper Chasin’”. By the age of 21, B. Money reunited with his longtime friend Quinton Steen aka “Yo Majesty” and formed the group the King Afffiliates. In 2009, B$Greene relocated to Atlanta to pursue a bachelors degree in Audio Production at the Art Institute of Atlanta. He also relocated to Atlanta to achieve his dream of becoming a rapper/producer and establishing his own label GL Entertainment.
Although B$Greene is not a mainstream success, he still has underground hits under his belt such as: “Keep a Stack of Benjamins”, “I Got That Juice”, and “Girls All on Me” featuring Kash. B. Money’s vision for GL Entertainment is to accommodate artists with an opportunity to vocalize their life and their views of the world. B$Greene is at the top of his game and epitomizes what a self-made rapper/producer should be. Never give up on your dreams because if so you may never live it.