Mean Doe Green ft. Hello World - Be Great

Posted 4 years ago
Producer:
D.C. SoulPlusMind
Album:
Shade Proof

Cali is always buzzing, but in 2012, something just might pop-off. For example, take Sacramento emcee Mean Doe Green; listeners can virtually hear the west coast take off on his latest song release, Be Great (a DJBooth world premiere!). His first offering since the release of his Hard Hats and Hand Grenades album, MDG takes his military mind to another level by flipping the “be all you can be” motto into an anthem for true rap fans. He may not be the illest, but he’s real, as he would like to put it, keeping up his stamina throughout the rhyme while vocals from Hello World add to the song’s complexity. Sonically, a piano introduction lays down the foundation for MDG’s promise to deliver, regardless of circumstance, class or privilege as production from Los Angeles soundsmith D.C. SoulPlusMind matches the piano with a drilling bassline that steps sharply. The man obviously has his own strategy for success; feel free to press play and follow along yourself. Fans can hear more of MDG’s greatness on his forthcoming album, Shade Proof. In the meantime, take cover wack emcees. Green goes to war when it comes to this rap s**t.

Doey Rock Premiere

Written by
Posted 4 years ago

More from Doey Rock

Featured Video

Hip Hop News

In Defense of Producers Leasing & Shopping Beats

Music's a cutthroat business, and no one's got the knife pressed to their throats more than producers. Read More
Posted 28 minutes ago by Nathan S.

President Obama Challenges Vietnamese Rapper, She Kills

The leader of the free world offers to beatbox for an emcee during a trip to Vietnam. This is the only hip-hop video you need to see today. Read More
Posted about 2 hours ago by Nathan S.

Pro Era’s Nyck Caution Rips a Bless The Booth Freestyle in “One Take”

The Pro Era wordsmith is the latest emcee to rip apart Audiomack Studios in our latest Bless The Booth. Read More
Posted about 3 hours ago by Brendan V

How I Spent $50K Making My Album: Kelechi Breaks Down the Budget for “BeforeTheQuarter”

A promising indie rapper was given $50,000 to make an album, so we had him break down how all that money was spent. Read More
Posted about 5 hours ago by Yoh

Unearthed Phife Dawg Interview Tells the Inside Story of Tribe’s Break Up

A long lost Phife interview gives us new insight into the hip-hop legend's life and the break up of Tribe. Read More
Posted 23 hours ago by Lucas G.
Sample Text - Sample Link
0:00
3:00
Shrink
Hide

TRENDING NOW



Flame

TOP 20 MUSIC CHARTS


Discover the best new songs, videos, and albums added to the Booth.