Absent from the Booth since September 2008, when he introduced himself with the reader-approved Rain (Remix), Jeremy Greene has gone through some setbacks of late; formerly signed to Bad Boy and the now-defunct MySpace Records, he is currently a free agent (though the word is that he’s being courted by YMCMB and Sony). Of course, he’s not about to let anything stop him from climbing ever Higher in the game. On the Winslow, Maine singer/songwriter’s latest mixtape leak/promo single, a characteristically dancefloor-scorching beat by David Guetta sets the mood as Greene waxes ambitious, expressing his determination to surmount whatever setbacks life may throw his way. Fans can find Higher and much more on Greene’s Paper Planes street album, available for free download as of last week.
Written by richard on 01/9/12
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"Rain (Remix) ft. Christina Milian & Bossman" (2008)
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