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Professor Green

Professor Green

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There are those that rap, and those that rap well; then there are those that transcend the confines of hip hop culture to become credible, commercial, mainstream pop acts – Kanye, Jay-Z, Eminem, for instance. But it’s unfair to compare Professor Green to any of the aforementioned; utterly British, uniquely inimitable, if anything; his closest equivalent is Lily Allen.
Littering his lyrics with wry pop culture references, a sharp sense of humour and honesty Professor Green is funny, forthright and full of stories, he’s a rapper with a powerful personality, as engaging as he is honest, funny as he is open. Consider the various tattoos on his neck, arms and torso and the 8 inch scar across his neck and it’s not hard to see that the 6’3 spitter more than stands out from the ‘Braaap Pack’. “I’m white, I’m from Hackney and I’m soon to be covered in even more tattoos. If Vanilla Ice wasn’t Vanilla Ice, I would be,” he grins. He jests of course; unsurprising given the amount of wit and self-deprecation found in the east London MC’s music.

PROFESSOR GREEN’S profile is underlined by his huge social media statistics – 2 million likes on Facebook, 1.75 million follows on Twitter, 32 million views on YouTube and another 55 million views on his Vevo channel. His journey so far has also been documented in the six-part Channel 4 series Professor Green Unseen which was subsequently followed by six episodes of Professor Green Unseen: After Hours.
Few artists achieve the rare distinction of achieving huge commercial success while maintaining their credibility. Yet Green has managed precisely that. His collaborations with artists as varied as Emeli Sandé, Lily Allen, Example, Labrinth, The Streets, Fink, Royce da 5’9, DJ Khalil and Wretch 32 demonstrate the respect that his contemporaries hold him in. He has also been nominated for a plethora of awards including the Brits ‘Best Male’ plus earned Best Dancefloor Filler at the NME Awards for his track ‘Jungle’ as well as a MOBO Award for Best Hip-Hop/Grime Act.
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Professor Green "04 City Of Gold (Instrumental)"
Genres: Hip-Hop, Rap, Rock
Instrumental: Yes
Professor Green "05 Oh My God (Instrumental)"
Genres: Hip-Hop, Rap, Rock
Instrumental: Yes
Professor Green "06 Jungle (Instrumental)"
Genres: Hip-Hop, Rap, Rock
Instrumental: Yes
Professor Green "12 Goodnight (Instrumental)"
Genres: Hip-Hop, Rap, Rock
Instrumental: Yes
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