The “American Dream” is just as fascinating as it is elusive. Widely sought after, yet falling out of reach for countless Americans. Bryan Greenberg, however, is one of the lucky few that has managed to learn “how to make it in America.”
As an actor, with a penchant for singing, Greenberg befriended Kid Cudi, whose life path was quite similar, yet diametrically opposite to his own. And over the past year, the two have forged a unique bond, which has worked to blur the lines of appreciation associated with musical categorization. Greenberg’s genre-defying sophomore album, We Don’t Have Forever, is a testament to this point. On this effort, Cudi joins in on the fun with a feature on “You Can Run.”
In the midst of a promotional campaign for We Don’t Have Forever, Bryan Greenberg managed to squeeze some time out of his busy schedule and settle down for an interview with Clayton Perry – reflecting on the psychology of music, New York’s influence on his Midwestern mentality, and the delicate “juggling act” of balancing two careers.