2019-09-11T15:27:28-04:00 2019-09-11T14:03:17-04:00

Professor Green and Alice Carter both "Got It All"

Professor Green shares the stunning visual for his Alice Carter assisted single titled "Got It All". The single shows Green's versatility across the board as he goes for a lush pop sound accentuated by the dance-infused beat and Carter's commanding vocals that raise the ante on the chorus. 

For the video, shot in his hometown of London, Green recruits the help of legendary photographer Rankin who pairs both artists in different spots and scenarios. The shots blend dark and retro-tinged aesthetics while focusing on the principal characters from start to finish. "Got It All" is taken from his recently released M.O.T.H ('Matters of the Heart') EP. Order it here.

To mark the release of the M.O.T.H. EPProfessor Green will be embarking on a nationwide headline UK tour, having fully recovered after fracturing his neck earlier this year. His M.O.T.H. UK Tour in November 2019 will encompass eleven shows across eleven cities (full details/ dates listed below). Tickets are available to purchase here.


  1. Matters Of The Heart
  2. Got It All ft. Alice Chater
  3. Alice ft. Alice Chater
  4. Bad Decisions ft. NAHLI
  5. Home ft. Lewis Bootle
  6. Boring



  • Saturday, 16th November – O2 Academy, Oxford UK
  • Sunday, 17th November – Concorde 2, Brighton UK – SOLD OUT
  • Monday, 18th November – Waterfront, Norwich UK – SOLD OUT
  • Tuesday, 19th November – The Leadmill, Sheffield UK
  • Thursday, 21st November – O2 Institute, Birmingham UK
  • Friday, 22nd November – University Student Union, Newcastle UK
  • Saturday, 23rd November – University Stylus, Leeds UK
  • Sunday, 24th November – SWG3, Glasgow UK
  • Tuesday, 26th November – SWX, Bristol UK
  • Wednesday, 27th November – O2 Ritz, Manchester UK
  • Thursday, 28th November – The Forum, London UK

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