Bookkeeper141 and Done Wright formed streetwise rap duo Green Regime. The duo’s debuts strong single “Rick James” is setting new musical standards for East Coast Hip-Hop. Green Regime’s core sound is flavored with gritty lyricism, aggressive chronicles that are smoothly delivered, backed with hard-hitting; menacing production. Both Book and Done contribute production to the group and their musical style is honored by their distinctive voices.
The architect behind the group Bookkeeper141 (Sharod Johnson) was born and raised in Harlem on 141st between Lenox & 7th Ave. Like most kids in the urban community Book was influenced heavily by the emergence of rap music in the 1980’s by legends such as LL Cool J, Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, and Nas to name a few. In 2006 Book formed his own record label UnderWorld Records/ URNY Music LLC. Prior to Green Regime’s formation, he has released multiple projects under his record company URNY Music LLC (Book & Dubb mixtapes, Trappin 4 Beatz, and a slew of singles).
Done Wright (David C. Wright Jr.) was born in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn born and raised in “South Side” Jamaica Queens). Growing up watching rap pioneers such Nas, Jay Z and B.I.G; he became motivated to be a rapper. As a youngster he would go to the park jams since they were right across the street from his house and became more influenced by Hip Hop. In 2011 he formed his own record label HardWork Entertainment LLC. His debut album “Penny 2 A Million” arrived in 2009, and his “Supply Work, Demand Respect” EP series, would follow shortly after.
The two originally met the summer of 1991 in the Bronx, NY, and were introduced by family members as blood related cousins.
They both equally gained respect for each other's lyrical skills. Due to life’s challenges and obstacles the duo didn’t musically connect until years later.
Both Bookkeeper141 and Done Wright began working together professionally in 2013. The first collaborative effort was Bookkeeper141’s - “It’s Him Again” single featuring Done Wright. This led to Book producing Done Wright’s single “7 Digits” off his “Supply Work, Demand Respect” Vol. 2 EP, many other songs would follow shortly after. In closing, Green Regime will become one of the most recognizable leaders of today’s East Coast Hip-Hop.