Born into a biracial family in uptown Manhattan, Mo Greene was raised with music as a heavy influence on his life from birth. Raised on R&B, soul, rock & roll, and funk, Mo turned to hip hop as an outlet for release following the tragic passing of four friends in the summer of 2003.
Upon his arrival at Northwestern University in 2004 Greene continued to hone his skills and master his craft combining book smarts, street smarts, and an eclectic musical taste to create a unique sound for the next generation of hip hop.
Beginning in his sophomore year Mo took the NU campus by storm releasing a barrage of singles and performances including an appearance at Battle of the Bands that earned him a spot at the NU's Dillo Day.
In the spring of 2005 Mo linked up with West Coast producer, 2 time L.A. Music Award Winner, Ruwanga Samath and over the past 3 years the two have produced a vast repertoire of material including a guest appearance set for release on the upcoming Norah Jones album.