"They're that into weed"
-High Times Magazine
"The Hip Hop concept record is a dangerous row to hoe, especially when dealing with a topic as rote as marijuana smoking. The risks in attempting such a project include the dangers of overkill, redundancy, lack of focus and plain old boredom. However, there are instances where the familiar becomes innovative thus breaking the stigma that weed rap is old hat. Enter The Green Brothers and their fun, loose and hazy debut Everybody’s Green."
"'Everybody's Green' proclaim The Green Brothers and, y'know, they got me convinced, damn it! This CD is fresh. It's bong hittin', head noddin', lighter flickin' hempy happiness. I caught the buzz minute one. It's not another pot-themed rap-around."
"Not since Snoop have I caught such a laidback indo buzz, yo."
"I found The Green Brother's lyrics witty, intelligent, and, importantly, intelligible. '4/20/2020 feat. DJ Sleepyhead,' color commentates the party we're all hopefully invited to when we finally legalize this shit, like it should be. Like it will be, if we all keep catchin' the positive vibes good peeps like The Green Brothes are puttin' out there."
“Unlike most other peons to the almighty bud, rapper Highway 411 and producer Claude 9 keep their songs tongue-in-cheek, spinning hilarious yarns over soulful samples and old-school beats that will keep you bobbing your head and shaking your ass”
-Rick Allen The Other Paper (Columbus, OH)
The Green Brothers are:
Production - Claude 9 (a.k.a. DJ Eyamme)
*Founding artist of Dove Ink Records
*Producer on Illogic's "Write to Death" series and Davu's "The Sun Do Move" recieving much critical acclaim.
Vocals - Highway 411 (a.k.a. Racecar of MODILL - E.V. Productions Chicago, IL)
*A founding member of Organic Mind Unit in the '90s, and vocalist for FreeBasic in 2000 (both chicago based).
*Emcee for the Group Modill, having toured with Speech (of Arrested Development), Tre Hardson (of Pharcyde), Illogic, and Psalm One