"Moe Green" Ft. "Netta Brielle
"Glory
(Official Video)

Twitter: @moethedreamer

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"Moe Green's" EP "Free Water", a seven-track collection of new songs and remixes, was released in late December of last year, and since, the up-and-comer has released a string of visuals from the project, including the latest, today, for"Glory". The song was produced by "Fly Commons" and features recent Atlantic Records signee "Netta B", and offers an introspective look into "Moe's" efforts to break out of his day-to-day routine and strive for more. 

"I'm documenting where I'm at in my life at this point in time," explains "Moe" on the inspiration behind the track, and the video, directed by J. Sutherland, takes the same contemplative approach. Opening with a time-lapsed view overlooking San Francisco, the video features "Moe" and "Netta" in a variety of solo performance shots, as "Moe" walks through the famed Clarion Alley in the Mission District of San Francisco, visits a church in the city, and more. 


For "Moe", the visual is about framing the different ways that people find success and personal achievement. "People find glory in life from different sources," he notes, pointing to the end of the video where "Moe Green's" father, Greg Carter, Sr., celebrates his team winning it all.

 

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(707) "Vallejo, CA" Rapper "Moe Green
"Mean Green Okerlund"
(Official Video)

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Two weeks into 2012 and "Moe Green's" already on a roll. After releasing his "Out With The Out Crowd" webisode, "Moe" is right back at it with a brand new video, this one for a track from his December-released EP "Free Water". In keeping with the wrestling themes and undertones that permeated his "Rocky Maivia: Non-Title Matchmixtape" and "Lionheart" EP, this latest track, "Mean Green Okerlund", is a reference to "Mean Gene Okerlund", the famous wrestling interviewer and announcer, recently inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. The video, a quick one-minute clip, is "Moe" at his lyrical finest, mixing self-awareness with slick witted bravado and an always-healthy dose of '90s cartoon- and sitcom-themed punchlines.