Danny Green Sticking to Real Hip Hop

Danny Green Sticking to Real Hip Hop


At first glance, you might be like, “What in the hell is this white boy going to do?”, but after hearing him spit one line of his heartfelt rhymes, you too will be a believer.
Danny Green is sticking to that real Hip Hop, that feel good music, with a message. We watched a video of one of his performances and was impressed with how the crowd responded.  Danny performed his song “Second Chances” and the crowd went crazy.  Afterwards, the DJ made a comment of “You must have some hot sauce in your pocket!“, as the DJ jokingly went on to say, “Your daddy must be black!”, which was straight up hilarious.   The song “Second Chances” is a very emotionally driven song dedicated to a friend Danny lost. It’s a true testament, that no matter where you are, the struggle is real.
Born and raised in Greenville, SC, Danny Green is no stranger to the Hip Hop scene. He is a featured artist on anrsundays.com, he has been featured on rudeboymag.com, and skillyonline.com, with each site complimenting his rap style. His music has been featured on thisis50.com, his music is also airing on wutzhoodradio.com, one of leading indie internet radio stations, and he has shared the stage with Princess of Crime Mobb. We are very excited to see what he comes up with next, we will be watching.

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Danny Green – Second Chances – Video

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