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Tree & I.B.C.L.A.S.S.I.C. – All Dat

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After the success of “On Dem 4’s,” Tree and I.B.C.L.A.S.S.I.C. have decided to pair on a new project. It’s only right, right? The chemistry was the real deal, so a joint album makes sense. Today, they stay in synch with “All Dat,” the new offering from the IBTREE album, which is scheduled to smack us upside the head later this year.

We’ve been wondering where art thou Tree, so it’s a blessing to see I.B. bringing him out of hiding. Sometimes you need that fire to step out of the shadows. The light awaits.

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Chicago

Tree & I.B.C.L.A.S.S.I.C. – On Dem 4’s

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Good news: MC Tree’s back with new music. Even better news? Tree’s about to hit everyone over the head with a new collaborative project with producer I.B.C.L.A.S.S.I.C., aptly titled I.B. TREE.

To let everyone know what’s on the way, Tree and I.B. drop off the first official single from their upcoming project — “On Dem 4’s.” Check it out below and keep your eyes peeled for more on I.B. TREE.

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Chicago

Tree – D-Day

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Produced by Tree

Where art thou Tree? Working! I know it seems like Tree has been low key in 2015, but that’s simply not the case. If you go back and look he’s had more output than most of your favorite rappers this past 365. It just seems like less since Tree is always dropping at such a feverish pace. See, he spoiled you. But he decided to bless his fans with a beautiful new song on Thanksgiving. He’s calling this “D-Day.” And the title couldn’t be better.

He’s back, but he never left. But get ready for the onslaught. Tree killed this one.

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Chicago

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

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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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