S. Green Drops New Single, "There It Goes"

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Play "There It Goes" by S. Green

In a smooth, soulful and majestic tone, S. Green, a native of Jackson, Miss., advocates the essence of classic Rhythm and Blues set against a modern tone. When asked why his passion for classic R&B was so strong, he replies, “The artists who sang back in the day were true to their talent and their own style; which is what I’ve always aspired to do. I hope that I can continue the legacy that so many other artists have done before me and set an example for future artists.”

When S. Green takes the stage, one instantly notices that he exudes style and sophistication for the “Grown & Sexy” audience. He takes his cue from musical influences such as Luther Vandross, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, Aretha Franklin, Patti LaBelle, Tamia, and John Legend.


S. Green’s singing career began at the age of 14, as a member of the Callaway High School Singers in Jackson, Miss. It was during this time that he was introduced to a variety of music styles including Classical, Spirituals, and Gospel. He was a tenor in the award-winning Callaway Men’s Quartet, singing 1st and 2nd tenor, respectively. He enjoyed singing all variations of music, especially foreign language-composed lyrics while participating in other advanced musical groups such as the Callaway Madrigals and the Callaway Octet, both classical and baroque competition ensembles. He accrued several awards throughout his tenure including: All-City 1st Tenor, a Nationally-Competitive Best-Soloist Award, and the Crowell Foundation scholarship recipient. He also remained an esteemed choir member and soloist at his church in Jackson.

S. Green continued his education at Mississippi State University and in the process became heavily involved in musical organizations. Acknowledging that music was his biggest passion in life, he became a member of the Mississippi State University Concert Choir and noted recording gospel choir, The Black Voices of MSU. He continued his solo career singing at local events, clubs and competitions, earning him a huge collegiate-fan base and accruing independent artist awards. He obtained his bachelor, master and doctoral degrees and is a proud life-member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.


Love can come and go so swiftly, leaving no traces of where it's gone. His single "There It Goes..." speaks to being left behind with no understanding of where someone you've grown to love has disappeared to.

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