The first single off Malik B and Mr. Green’s upcoming Unpredictable project gets some matching visuals.
On the latest installment (and my personal favorite to date) of Mr. Green’s Live From the Streets series, the producer teams up with Philly’s Slaughter Rico. Check the clip above as the two hit a local gas station and make a banger out of random sounds.
First leak off Malik B and Mr. Green’s upcoming collaborative project, due out later this year.
Before the April 30th release date of Legends Never Die comes to present (pre-orders available now), R.A. and Mr. Green give us some behind-the-scenes access to the making of the beat for “The Dangerous Three” which will also feature Brother Ali and Masta Ace.
Directed by Anthony Sylvester.
Premiere episode of the second season of Mr. Green and Noisey’s Live From The Streets series.
For this episode, we headed to Times Square where we filmed a few songs from Peruvian pan pipes crew Espiritu Andino and found percussion right around the corner from fellow street performers Wanted Techniques. After Mr. Green got what he wanted, he took the audio files into the studio to work up a beat. LFTS director Sam Lipman-Stern then took the finished beat and ventured into the vocal booth at the Vice office in Brooklyn where the one and only baby-faced killer Freddie Gibbs came in to drop a verse about the often harsh realities of Gary, Indiana.
Yeah, these are super dope.
Mr. Green’s “Live From The Streets” Season 2 w/ Action Bronson, Freddie Gibbs & R.A. the Rugged Man (Trailer)
Official trailer for the upcoming season of Mr. Green’s Live From The Streets series w/ cameos from Action Bronson, Freddie Gibbs and R.A. the Rugged Man (all of which have recorded music for the project).
Some tripped out visuals for a couple tracks off Mr. Green’s upcoming Collage project. A collection of 30 instrumentals he laced between 2005-2008, hitting iTunes on December 18th.
Mr. Green continues his Live From The Streets series with some help from Pacewon, Skrewtape and Country (the assistant Mayor of Tent City).
On our way to back Philly we would always pass a slightly scary looking tent city on the side of the highway in Camden NJ. We were fascinated by it, we wondered what goes on there, who lives there, and what the people were like.
One day we finally mustered up enough courage to go inside. We arrived in the afternoon, and after walking up the long dusty path we were immediately greeted by Country, the assistant Mayor of Tent City. We were blown away by his charisma, charm and overall positive outlook on life. He was so interesting that we spoke to him close to 30 minutes before we even knew that he was a singer. Once he sung a few notes, we knew we had to feature him in an episode.
He sang us an original song and told us some stories about his life. Next, we took the audio back to the lab and Green made a beat mixing Country’s voice with some piano. After that we took the beat to Pacewon in East Orange and he spit us a verse right on the street. Finally Green got his boy Skrewtape to lay down the final verse in a recording studio.
The song, entitled “I Believe,” can be streamed and downloaded right here.
After recording a live song from street performer Kevin Brown at Rittenhouse Square in Philly; Mr. Green takes the sample to the studio, adds his twist to it and has Malik B record some rhymes. The result can be downloaded here.
New animated video (done by Eric Hans King) for the Snoop Dogg and BURNTmd featured track off Pace Won and Mr. Green’s 2dope album, The Only Number That Matters Is Won, which is available now.