Critical Praise for Moe Green:
“With a prize like Rocky Maivia: Non-Title Match under his belt, be prepared to see Green go the distance.” – PopMatters.com
Selected as a member of 106 KMEL’s (the biggest Bay Area hip-hop station) Freshmen Class of 2010.
Moe Green’s new EP, Lionheart, is on the way. But before it drops, this coming Saturday, June 25th, Moe has kept fans busy with a mix of EP and non-EP singles, including tracks that flip the work of a few of R&B’s fastest rising stars.First, came “Swim Great,” a track that found Moe putting his own touch on Frank Ocean’s “Swim Good,” and after came “707,” flipping the instrumental to The Weeknd’s “Glass Table Girls,” and in turn repping for his home town ofVallejo, CA as Moe spits inspired bars over the track’s recurring “Bring the 707 out” vocal sample.
Now, “707” has received visual treatment. Directed by G. Carter II, the video for the hometown track throws viewers into the backyards and underpasses of Vallejo, while a Sepia-toned Moe, sandwiched between two strips of rolling streets, asserts dominance and puts on for his city.
Watch the video for “707” here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ByeWYIZ6WI
Bay Area fans of Moe Green will be able to get a sneak peak at his new EP, Lionheart, at his listeningparty this Thursday, June 23rd, at Beta Lounge. Party-goers can also get a free copy of the EP between 8PM-9PM.