The Evil Genius DJ Green Lantern Releases “ Liberty City Invasion” Music From And Inspired By Grand Theft Auto IV, Takes Over Rock The Bells & Joins Nas’ Jones Experience Tour
Green Lantern initially came to prominence in the mixtape scene by consistently featuring exclusive self-produced music with hip-hop superstars like Jay-Z, The Beastie Boys, Mike Shinoda’s Fort Minor , D-Block, Busta Rhymes, Mobb Deep and many more. In addition, Green Lantern was the first DJ to officially host mixtapes for Eminem’s Shady Records label. Green’s vast accomplishments as a DJ and mixtape artist eventually lead to an acclaimed career as a proper music producer, which has since yielded Billboard hits such as “Number One Spot” by Ludacris and “In The Ghetto” by Busta Rhymes featuring Rick James, as well as the street hit from Akon “Ghetto” f/Notorious B.I.G. and 2Pac and Uncle Murda’s “Bullet, Bullet.” Recently, Green Lantern has lent his production to LP’s from D-Block, Nas (“Black President”) and Immortal Technique (among others) and he recently released two mixtapes; Nas’ controversial “Ni**er” mixtape and the soon to be released collaboration with Russell Simmons on the “Yes We Can” mixtape in support of Barack Obama’s bid for the 2008 Presidential campaign. Green Lantern is one of the rising stars of today’s music landscape and he can also be heard every Monday night 10pm – 1am nationally on his Invasion Hip Hop Nation Sirius Satellite Radio show.