COLUMBIA (WACH) -- Members of the hip hop community are embracing U.S. Senate candidate Alvin Greene.
A rap music video posted on YouTube earlier this week already has over 18,000 views.
The clip, called Alvin Greene is on the Scene, even seemed to get Greene's approval.
Greene told a Charlotte newspaper that if he heard it in a club, he'd dance to it.
Greene faces Republican Jim DeMint in November.
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