Rapper/producer Archie Green has over ten years of songwriting under his belt. Green has been rapping since he was just a thirteen-year-old kid in a middle-class Cleveland suburb.
Formerly known as SoulKlap, Green has released three critically acclaimed solo projects and a number of collaborative projects, working with renowned mixtape DJs Mick Boogie and Terry Urban and being featured on Talib Kweli’s “Year of the Blacksmith: Community” Mixtape.
Recently released the visual for the first single from his upcoming mixtape, The Greatest Pretender.
“40 Acres,“ Green’s first-ever music video, premiered over the weekend. The clip was directed by Green’s friend Cameron Busby and features scenes shot in his Brooklyn apartment and his parent’s house in Cleveland.
Check out the video below