Danny Greene aka Jesus Chrysler aka Johnny Hardmember.....emcee, deejay,lyricist and beat maker...born and raised as a transient, hailing from a variety of places....from the mountains of Northeast PA to the streets of Kensington, Philadelphia to wherever his parental units parked the trailer that week to the inside of a prison cell for a cumulative total of ten years...former altar boy...former heroin addict...constant fan of and participant in the hiphop communtiy....wide range of lyrical styles...a believer in lyric driven hiphop music...wide range of influences on a multi genre level...brother of the one and only Stick Martin of the Tampa/St Pete area.....its often been said..."Go hard or go home" but my motto is "Go hard or go hard...there are no options"
Danny began his career in the music industry at the age of 15 as a deejay. He attained a small level of success in NEPA before relocating to Philadelphia. It was there in Philly at the age of 19 that he began to toy with writing lyrics. For several years following, rapping would be no more than a hobby for Danny. His younger brother Stick Martin, also a musician and a lyricist, eventually fromed The Stick Martin Show, based In the Tampa/St Pete/Clearwater area of Florida. In 2007, Stick invited Danny to collab on a track with him entitled "This Goes Out." This was the first recorded material ever for Danny.
After that, it was one more long stint in prison for Danny. But this time, he used those 4 years to really focus on his craft. He began to make beats and continue to write lyrics. Released in 2011, he left prison a focused man. After a few more collabs with his brother, and some amateur production done on his own, Danny was discovered online by Billy Jack, a rapper/producer out of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Together with Queens-born and raised emcee/producer Ken Wyler, the three formed The Average Joes. After only a few months of collabs, Danny re-embarked on a solo career.