Check Out #GFTV “Next Up” Artist: Tony Green

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Check out New Music from Rapper/Producer Tony Green . The NJ MC has been creating a huge buzz throughout the Tri-State area with his witty punch-lines, metaphors, wordplay and high speed, rapid delivery. Raised in a small town, Tony Green’s music gives rap fans a very different view through his experiences with the drug culture, crime, and family struggles, as well as touching upon issues including disease, abuse, incarceration and racism.

His full length album “The Tony Green Files” covers many of these topics, a refreshing alternative to the often content-lacking music currently out. The album also features songs about the difficulties of struggling to be heard, political and class issues , race issues, prostitution, alcoholism, drug abuse and more. According to Tony Green, the main focus of his music is to shed light on the unseen dark-side of parts of America that are always made to look clean and perfect. The Jersey MC is not trying to compete with the harsh realities of ghetto life or make himself seem like somebody he’s not; he’s just telling his story openly and honestly. 

Tony Green also produced every track on the 11-track Album, which features 8 songs and 3 skits. His lead single “BarHoppin’ (Up, Down)” is currently killin’ the college-radio circuit, and is generating a hug buzz on the ‘net. A video for his smash-single is set to drop December. Word-on-the-street is that Tony Green will be going on tour with Wu-Tang West Coast Killa Beez groups ‘Northstar’ and ‘Black Knights’ as well.

So remember where you heard it first. Be on the lookout for this dude in the future! Check out Tony Green’s blazin’ New Single “BarHoppin’ (Up, Down)” below.

Tony Green “BarHoppin’ (Up, Down)

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For more on Tony Green, check out the links below.

“UnderGround Up with Tony Green” . Sundays @ 11pm:
“The Tony Green Files” Album Website:

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