For Immediate Release
GREENSPAN'S 'GOT GREEN'
THE INNOVATIVE BALTIMORE ARTIST PUTS OUT HIS LATEST PROJECT
BALTIMORE (2008) – Up and coming hip-hop artist Greenspan will release his new project "Got Green" in January 2008. The new album features original music with soulful sounds and a passionate delivery. The album gives an in-depth look into Greenspan's talent, personality and him as an individual. 'Got Green' hosts a lineup of guest appearances including Columbia recording artist Paula Campbell and DarkRoom Productions, music producers from HBO's original show, "The Wire."
An exclusive promotional distribution deal with Gone Corporate Clothing in Los Angeles, California is allowing west coast clientele to receive a free 'Got Green' promotional CD with every purchase. And a ringtone contract with Swagger Wireless in New York is allowing fans to purchase their favorite Greenspan song as a ringtone for their mobile phone. Not a newcomer to radio in Baltimore, Greenspan is getting support for his music from listeners and audience members from numerous concerts and special appearances. 'Got Green' offers fans an inside look into the soul Baltimore and the life of Greenspan. His lyricism and hard heading beats are his forms to success. The exceptional album highlights Greenspan's motivation and drive for success.
The 22-year-old rapper is a native of Baltimore, Maryland. He has worked and performed with various artist and producers through out the mid-Atlantic region including national recording artists, and producers Live Beats, DJ Boo Man, and J. Oliver. Although music is Greenspan's primary focus, he also holds the title of co-executive producer for the independent film, "Product of My Environment." He also can be seen on episodes of HBO's The Wire and other broadcast film productions.
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