Artist B Green is next up with this street smart, twisted tale of a renowned hero whose legacy is both celebrated and scrutinized. The 808 club bass in the electro-trap beat makes you want to dance, but the Public Enemy-esque message in the lyrics make you want to listen. This Atlanta based musician from Oklahoma City brings the funk in “Christopher Columbus,” the sound reminiscent of a 2018 James Brown. A real rap on Ritalin, a soul song on steroids – Christopher Columbus will cement B Green’s place among music’s elite. B Green is a star on the rise, and “Christopher Columbus” is the reason why. B Green’s “Christopher Columbus” is available everywhere to stream, play, or download.
Green symbolizes youth, hope, and most of all growth. Alternative hip-hop emcee Bryson Green’s government surname is synonymous to his approach to music. Growing up in Oklahoma City, Bryson was the embodiment of the blended cultures and backgrounds that surrounded him. Bryson’s artistry took on the form of his past influences, from his poetry to his love of the guitar. After years of cultivating his craft, Bryson is excited about sharing his upcoming project Go Green 3 with the world. “I don’t want to disrespect the project by calling it a mix-tape or an EP, but we’re giving it away for free. It’s more like a movement.” In addition to doing promo tours around the southeast, Bryson will be dropping a single “Christopher Columbus” leading up to major album release. Although he knows it won’t be an easy journey, he welcomes the criticism, “If people don’t have an opinion, they don’t know you exist.” Eventually everything goes through change and growth happens. Eventually it all turns Green.