New Orleans, LA?~ Having debuted the visuals for his breakout single?”Feel Good”?ft. fellow Crescent City emcee?Juvenile?on?MTV?back in February,?Crix Green?looks forward to a similar response to his follow-up,?”So Cool”,?which is currently making its way to the channels and should go national soon. With a vibe that is reminiscent of the Nelly / Ashanti days,?“So Cool”?feels like a long lazy day at the pool or a drive down the Pacific Coast highway and the single is already receiving a warm reception on radios across the south.
Though?“So Cool”?is filled with stunning locations and equally beautiful women, life for Crix Green wasn’t always filled with luxury. Growing up as one of 12 children in a city as famous for its crime rate as for its food or music scene, made for a childhood filled with empty pockets and hand-me-down clothes. As is often the case, the allure of the streets took ahold of Crix despite his talent for music, leaving him with legal troubles and memories that, thankfully, his music talent will enable him to get off his chest. With that in mind, Crix’s second album,?“Gangsta & A Gentleman”?will be released later this year. Crix’s hopes are, that by ‘Keeping It Ben Franklin’, the title of his 2013 debut, his stories will inspire other young people with the knowledge that they can also overcome life’s hardships and follow their dreams of a better way of life.