Mic Terror


Mic Terror – I Don’t Call The Cops


Produced by Akonixx

In Mic’s world, he prefers to police himself. Meaning, if there’s an issue, he’ll handle it for dolo. He’s not calling the cops — that’s just going to lead to more problems — mainly for himself. In this new one, he highlights his distrust of law enforcement, and forewarns any foes, bros or hoes who might ‘wan test him. Think twice. 911 is a joke, indeed.

Welcome to the Terrordome 3 coming soon.

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Treated Crew Collabs with PHENOMENON for LOOP MA-1 Bomber Jacket


Fans, followers, friends (and even the envious) of the Treated Crew know that this collective has been on the cutting edge of fashion for years. Setting many of the trends which are popular in popular culture in 2016. They probably did it first.

That being said, the Treated Tribe are back with a new collection piece for the 2016, with their collab with PHENOMENON: the LOOP MA-1 Bomber Jacket. The incredibly dope piece of outerwear is now available overseas and online, and can be shipped directly to front door by clicking right here.

We also have some additional pictures of the jacket below, shot by Bryan Zawlocki. Check out the full spread featuring Mano, Mic Terror and G.O.D. Jewels under the cut — and be sure to grab yours today.

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Mic Terror f/ Gzus Piece, Roy French & Nick Jr – Wicker Park

Mic Terror - Wicker Park

Produced by Taylor Made

The Treated Crew and Drip Gang connect for an ode to one of the most popular neighborhoods in the city, “Wicker Park.” Well, the song is really a dedication to soiling the soil in various neighborhoods around our fine city, but “Wicker Park” is the park of choice.

It only makes sense, because that’s where I first saw Mic Terror perform like eight years ago. Right off Milwaukee. True story. Today, Mic T does the deed in Wicker Park and brought Gzus, Roy and Nick Jr along for the ride.

Hop off the blue line below.

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Features News

FSD Feature: Artist Spotlight – Mic Terror


Words by Clynt Johnson (@BornRaisedChi)

We recently sat down with one of Chicago’s most influential (read: bitten) artists and Treated Crew repper Mic Terror for our latest artist spotlight. Mic T has been one of the leading figures in the Chicago movement for years and is currently making waves on the ‘Late Pass Tour.’ We were able to spend some quality time with Terror, and asked the important questions such as what he likes to eat, his sports knowledge, and his impact on Chicago. Get the skinny below.

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The Twilite Tone f/ Common, King Louie & Lil Herb & More – Put The Guns Down


Directed By Andre Mayon

Powerful music courtesy of Chicago Ideas Week. The group has been quietly working on this song and video for quite some time now and it’s finally come to fruition. The mission is simple: to curb the senseless and tragic gun violence plaguing the City of Chicago. And to help with that task they’ve secured a troop of the city’s best and brightest artists to take part: Common, King Louie, G Herbo, Katie Got Bandz, Saba, Tree, No Name Gypsy, Mic Terror, & Nick Jr. of Treated Crew.

The track was produced by the legendary The Twilite Tone and was executive produced by John Monopoly.

Says CIW:

If music can motivate someone to pick up a gun, can it inspire them to put the gun down? With this simple question, Music Versus Gun Violence was born – a social movement led by Chicago Ideas, Leo Burnett, and Grammy-nominated artist Anthony “The Twilite Tone” Kahn that aims to help prevent gun violence in Chicago through music.

Check out the touching and powerful video below and salute to all artists involved below.

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