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Mo Greene / Press

“The city of Evanston, IL doesn’t have the hip-hop tradition of say New York, L.A. or The Chi. (for obvious reasons) But it does have Northwestern alum Mo Greene. Who produced/recorded the new hip-hop anthem for the 2011 Wildcats football team. ”

“Nothing says higher education quite like a well thought out rap video. There’s school spirit, enthusiastic personalities, insider info and (hopefully) a pretty good beat. Okay, so they’re usually pretty cheesy, but that’s part of what makes them so damn likeable. Below are eight of the best rap videos to come out of colleges. Most are high quality productions There’s no random dorm room freestylin’ here. ”

“Check out Chicago's latest rap phenomenon Mo Greene with his new smokers anthem "What I Smoke To". ”

“Well, what I got here is a new single from the homie Mo Greene’s (@MrMoGreene) long, long awaited mixtape, The Greene Screene. Please bump, thump, and enjoy. ”

“New Mo Greene..... I'm diggin it!”

“New music from Mo Greene’What I Smoke’ you can already guess what that means…light up and let the beat ride. Check it out below: ”

“As 2011 closes, I look to the New Year and wonder who will be next in line to change the game? There is only one MCs that comes to mind when I think of fresh and different and he's right here in Chicago. If you dont know who Mo Greene is let me introduce you. He is one of the coldest MCs on the scene in Chicago right now, and Im sure it wont be too long before he becomes a house hold name all around the world. Read more: http://www.wgci.com/pages/chrismmicchaels.html?an=Who-is-Next-To-Blow-In-2012-Artist-Spotlight&fb_comment_id=fbc_10151106775885174_28832451_10151117054735174#f319585024b2024#ixzz1iQWCht61”

“Greene's "White & Purple (NU Anthem 2010)" has been available on his Facebook page since the NU-Illinois football game at Wrigley Field in November. Roughly 36 hours after Greene heard about Hanks' alleged copycat song, direct e-mails from Facebook alerted Greene his song had maxed out the site's permitted 16,000 downloads.”

“Chicago rappers Mo Greene and Jordan Looney recently hit the studio to put down a remix to Jay and Ye's single. Jordan Looney's final installment of his Nerd-Hop series should be coming down to pipeline soon.”

“Oh snap—a tipster points out that Chet's single is just a big ripoff of "White & Purple (NU Anthem 2010)" by Mo Greene, which came out months ago and is much, much better.”

“In February, Mo Greene found his face and story popping up on internet Hip Hop and Gossip blogs alike in relation to a musical controversy with up-and-coming rapper Chet Haze - also the son of famed actor Tom Hanks. From Gawker.com and BroBible.com (who broke the story first), to Perez Hilton and The Chicago Tribune. All articles included links to Mo's FaceBook Fan Page from which he received 20,000+ Listens and Downloads in less than 72 hours.”

“In February, Mo Greene found his face and story popping up on internet Hip Hop and Gossip blogs alike in relation to a musical controversy with up-and-coming rapper Chet Haze - also the son of famed actor Tom Hanks. From Gawker.com and BroBible.com (who broke the story first), to Perez Hilton and The Chicago Tribune. All articles included links to Mo's FaceBook Fan Page from which he received 20,000+ Listens and Downloads in less than 72 hours.”

“NU Cheer Gets hip-hop remix for Football season: The "Go U! NU!" cheer chanted during countless games has been remixed - into a rap video. The rapper is a Northwestern alum, Morgan "Mo Greene" Jackson (Communication '08). During his time at NU, Jackson earned a coveted spot performing at Dillo Day.....”

“Multi-National Hip-Hop Artists Unite In Effort To Elect Barack Obama Through Song: Los Angeles: An unprecedented coalition of five hip-hop artists from the far reaches of the world have recorded “Make It To The Sun,” a song they hope will inspire disenfranchised voters and inner city youth in America to vote in the upcoming 2008 presidential election. Artists from England, Sri Lanka, Canada, Mexico and the United States have pooled their talents to spread Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama’s message of “Change We Can Believe In.” With that directive, England’s Dancehall superstar Maxwell D., Toronto songwriter Beverley Marquis, Mexican-born Oscar “Ozzy” Doniz and U.S.-born rapper Mo Greene collaborated with Sri Lankan-born music producer Ru Samath”

“With music in a funk of dumbed down lyrics & watered down story-telling, Mo Greene steps up to jolt hip-hop back to a level of respect it deserves. But, who is Mo Greene and why should you get to know him? The answer is multi-layered, so read on.......”