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About DJ Green Lantern

DJ Green Lantern's various hustles have continually kept him relevant in the music industry. The Rochester, N.Y. native started out on the mix-tape circuit, getting noticed for his creativity and self-produced remixes. He began to expand into producing and quickly scored hits with Sheek's "Mighty D-Block (2 Guns Up)" and Ludacris' "Number One Spot." His hard work led to stints DJing for hip-hop legends Eminem and Jay-Z, along with jump-starting the careers of Uncle Murda and Johnny Polygon. In 2008, he lent a hand to the videogame industry by producing Liberty City Invasion (Music From and Inspired By Grand Theft Auto IV).

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Listen toDJ Green Lanternon Rhapsody

DJ Green Lantern's various hustles have continually kept him relevant in the music industry. The Rochester, N.Y. native started out on the mix-tape circuit, getting noticed for his creativity and self-produced remixes. He began to expand into producing and quickly scored hits with Sheek's "Mighty D-Block (2 Guns Up)" and Ludacris' "Number One Spot." His hard work led to stints DJing for hip-hop legends Eminem and Jay-Z, along with jump-starting the careers of Uncle Murda and Johnny Polygon. In 2008, he lent a hand to the videogame industry by producing Liberty City Invasion (Music From and Inspired By Grand Theft Auto IV).

About DJ Green Lantern

DJ Green Lantern's various hustles have continually kept him relevant in the music industry. The Rochester, N.Y. native started out on the mix-tape circuit, getting noticed for his creativity and self-produced remixes. He began to expand into producing and quickly scored hits with Sheek's "Mighty D-Block (2 Guns Up)" and Ludacris' "Number One Spot." His hard work led to stints DJing for hip-hop legends Eminem and Jay-Z, along with jump-starting the careers of Uncle Murda and Johnny Polygon. In 2008, he lent a hand to the videogame industry by producing Liberty City Invasion (Music From and Inspired By Grand Theft Auto IV).

About DJ Green Lantern

DJ Green Lantern's various hustles have continually kept him relevant in the music industry. The Rochester, N.Y. native started out on the mix-tape circuit, getting noticed for his creativity and self-produced remixes. He began to expand into producing and quickly scored hits with Sheek's "Mighty D-Block (2 Guns Up)" and Ludacris' "Number One Spot." His hard work led to stints DJing for hip-hop legends Eminem and Jay-Z, along with jump-starting the careers of Uncle Murda and Johnny Polygon. In 2008, he lent a hand to the videogame industry by producing Liberty City Invasion (Music From and Inspired By Grand Theft Auto IV).