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Change Up

by Ben Green

Rap, Hip Hop, Soul and R&B ....New comer Ben Green has the flow and the lyrics. Confident, controlled, and highly capable – Ben sets himself apart from the rest through his insightful lyricism and ultra-smooth sound.
Genre: Urban/R&B: R&B Rap mix
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By the age of twelve, Ben Green was already working on his freestyle rhymes. By the time he was fourteen, he discovered his ability to write material and hooks that connected through his unique & fresh perspective. And now, five years later & on the verge of entering his twenties, he’s got his style completely dialed-in and this nineteen year-old artist is set to detonate with his debut single in 2018 Change up quickly followed by several others single.

Confident, controlled, and highly capable – Ben sets himself apart from the rest through his insightful lyricism and ultra-smooth sound on “Change Up.” Stocked full of vibes that expertly combine Rap/R&B, Ben’s debut single delivers a chilled-out experience that intensely examines what it takes to beat the odds, move past the haters, & overcome any obstacle that stands in the way of him changing the game.

Stylistic and powerfully rhythmic, Ben’s vocals glide over the bars and stunning low-end beat on “Change Up,” shining a bright light on his gift for songwriting and the dedication of a true wordsmith. Keeping it 100 – Ben ‘keeps that bird’s-eye’ and examines the path that’s brought him here objectively, getting all-kinds of personal and real on “Change Up” in an inspiring way that resonates, straight-up.

Relatable and relevant for right now, “Change Up” reveals the artist that Ben Green has always been meant to be. With an immaculately professional sound and genuine commitment to style & quality, this debut single is the gateway drug into a whole catalog of impressive cuts set to be released in 2018 as Ben gets set to establish himself firmly in the music-scene and at the top of playlists & charts worldwide.

Representing Venice in Cali, Ben’s versatility as an artist and dynamic sound make a memorable impact on all who listen – always has, always will. “Change Up” puts the strengths of Ben’s style right up front in the spotlight and in the speakers, vibrantly flexing the skills and talent of an authentic artist that’s committed, focused, diverse, humble, entertaining…& most importantly, ready for his moment in time. -Sleeping Bag Studios

Green’s devotion to deceptively complex rhyming is easily apparent; hit play on the single and you’ll bob your head along with his infectious flow, but pick apart those lyrics on paper and it’s clear that Ben is a top-tier writer and wordsmith. That combination of swag and intellect is bound to take him far, and no one should be surprised when he’s buzzing on a bigger stage. - Jamsphere

Motivation. Inspiration. Staying the course. Ben Green challenges the listener with “Change
Up”, to rise above all the adversities and obstacles that stand in our way. This hard hitting hip
hop track, brings messages of strength and determination, and generally leaves us feeling good.
Using expertly crafted beats that syncopate on the downbeat, the message of inspiration and
perseverance remains with the listener long after the track is complete. A focused mind and
targeted ambitions drive this track, creating a song with high replay value; “Some people gonna
change, some gonna stay the same. I just have to do my thing”. And Ben’s thing is composing
superlative hip hop that challenges the mainstream and brings this indie artist into the discussion
of the next up and coming artist.

Using a groove that stays in the pocket, and rapping on top of the accents, Ben Green is able
to convey a sense of importance with his theme of determination. This is highlighted by the
tension which is built up by the intro, and released with that first bass sample. Blending these
two samples is well done, as most would leave too much division. With a wide dynamic range,
and well mixed beats this track is crying out for radio play, and many spins throughout the club
scene. “Get a bird’s eye view, work through the fog, keep on doing what I am doing.” Yes Ben,
keep doing what you are doing, we like it. -Evolution Music Press

There is one line in particular that stands out on this debut from Ben Green, “Don’t go dumb while the world goes stupid, gotta stay above it all keep that bird’s eye view, “  a phrase charged with a lot of relevance to the world today. It could refer to anyone, the everyday person in the street, a message to stay informed and not get taken in by other people’s tricks, traps and trolling . It could refer to the aspiring artist, a reminder to stay focused and not be distracted by the things which aren’t important in the long run. It could also refer to the big picture, to the games and machinations of the political classes and world leaders getting caught up in their own agenda’s and forgetting who they really work for. Take which ever meaning that works for you, take all of them, that’s the great thing about the fluidity of lyrics and the ability to derive your own meaning from them.
As a piece of music it neatly encompasses where urban music is today. You can hear the echo of hip-hop pioneers and rap originators in its electronic rhythms and trippy trap percussion, the reserved lyrical flow and its late night, ultra cool hazy vibe. All music should push the genre forward, if you can do so whilst making people think then all the better. -Dancing about Architecture

Ben has taken his own personal path to find his sound, and the music he makes is so undeniably his own – his authenticity is irresistible on “Change Up”. Sonically, Ben Green fits on the shelf next to those melodic-inspired acts with sticky hooks, and lots of sharp references, but his perspective and songwriting style are entirely unique, while still maintaining a strong pop appeal.
Let’s hope Ben Green is able to ride his modern feel-good wave of sound and land the recognition he deserves. I think we should get ready for a long, storied career — the man isn’t even 21 yet! -Jamsphere



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