Gotham Green

Gotham Green

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Gotham Green is at the cutting edge of new school hip hop. With his latest release "Haze Diaries Vol. 2" he has displayed his diversity as a writer, and as an emcee while collaborating with industry heavy-hitters from every spectrum of hip hop.


Gotham Green, formerly Mister Green, was born in New York in the early 80's. Coming up as a student in hip hop's birthplace, he naturally became an emcee.

Between 2002 and 2009 Green has lived and regularly performed in metropolitan areas such as New York, NY, Austin, TX, and Los Angeles, CA. Gotham has released numerous projects of his own as well as being showcased on other artist's material. Green's work has been highlighted in publications including URB Magazine and The Austin Chronicle. Gotham's most recent work, "Haze Diaries Vol. 1 & 2" , has been hailed by sites such as,, and

Gotham has developed a huge buzz in a short amount of time, and is a sure shot at any concert, festival, or club atmosphere. Green is currently in studios, between time in LA and New York, recording Haze Diaries Vol. 3.

Performed at Notable Venues Such As:

The Viper Room (Los Angeles, CA)
Temple Bar (Los Angeles, CA)
The Roxy (Los Angeles, CA)
The Mint (Los Angeles, CA)
The Airliner (Los Angeles, CA)
The Knitting Factory (LA & NY)
Ohm Lounge (New York, NY)
Emo's (Austin, TX)
Flamingo Cantina (Austin, TX)
Whiskey Bar (Austin, TX)
The Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)
Club 6 (San Francisco, CA)
Studio Z (San Francisco, CA)
The Marquee (San Diego, CA)
The Maple Leaf (New Orleans, LA)
Cervantes' (Denver, CO)
Jersey Shore Beach Club (Jersey Shore, NJ)


"Haze Diaries Vol. 2" (2009) ft. Freddie Gibbs, El Prez, Buff1, Nick Swardson, DJ Quickie Mart, Tunji, iamOmni, AJ Gil, Jabee, and Truth Universal

"Haze Diaries Vol. 1" (2009) ft. Medusa, iamOmni, Molkovich, Sum, DJ Quickie Mart, iCON The Mic King

"The Break Up Mixtape" (2008) ft. iCON The Mic King & DJ Quickie Mart

"LA's Finest EP" (2007) ft. Myka 9

"To Each His Own" (2006) ft. Haps

"ATX Records Volume 1" (2005) ft. Rob Viktum, Sadat X, DJ Quickie Mart, and Haps

"Chronic Fatigue" (2005) ft. Haps, Zeale, and George Clinton