Produced by Noah Sims.
Tree G takes on a Nancy Sinatra flip on his latest loosie, “Bang Bang”. We’ll let Tree take it from here:
last week while out on my bike getting my workout on, i dropped off a few #soultrap T shirts albums and cd’s to a handful of supporters and fans, while dropping off the merch, i met up with one momma sims and her son noah sims, after being informed that he was a producer as well, i invited him to send me some of his sounds and if i liked them, id use it!! out of the 3 sent i picked this one… so here is the final result, after a hour i came up with this…. congrats noah you just got a #tree placement
Listen to “Bang Bang” below.
Shot and chopped by Bang & Oligar.
While in Europe for the Dizzy Tour, MC Tree cooked up a visual for the Lennon-assisted “Grace”. This record was a fan favorite from Tree’s @MCTREEG EP with ScionAV, which we still keep in rotation over here.
shot while on the #DIZZYTOUR through europe, this stop was london at vice’s magazine issue launch as tree plays to a packed crowd and later finesse’s with some of the cities most beautiful women……
Stream and download Tree’s @MCTREEG EP right here.
Produced by Tree
With Tree G on the soundscape, Rogizz drops off a brand new soul trap track, the sizzling “Respect The Shooter.” Complete with the Dick Tracy artwork. This is another heat rock from the upcoming Rogizz album The Pimp and the Preacher, which is due out late summer, and is dropping under the Soul Trap banner. Respect that.
Produced by Tree
This. Joint. Is. Crazy. A couple weeks back, Fresco gave us a little preview of his monstrous collabo with MC Tree G, and today he liberates the entire track. And yes, it’s that serious. With Tree on the beat and hook, this is just the first taste of what we can expect from the Brian Fresco and Tree EP, Soul Money, which is coming out later this year. This project is about to be flames — watch. Stop and smell the roses below.
A few weeks back, Tree jumped across the pond for a independent tour across Europe. Tree hit six cities including Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Utrecht, Paris, London and Brussels, and director bang went along for the ride to document it. Curious to know what you missed? What does Soul Trap sound like abroad? Well, click play to find out.
Produced by Tree
The Black Blago, aka Rogizz, is a self-proclaimed pimp, motivational speaker and certified game spitter. And today he returns alongside his road dog, Soul Trap Tree, for the jazzy new drop “Beautiful.” How does it fare? Well, it’s a slice of beauty. Please enjoy below.
The Pimp & The Preacher coming soon.
The Man, The Myth, The Luter. It definitely pains me to say that the last time we posted a brand new Mick Luter song was all of the way back in March of 2012. That’s over two years — far too long for the godbody rhymer Luter to be away. But sabbaticals be damned, Mick is back and is as crispy as the day we first heard his music.
We’re happy to announce that he has a project due out later this year titled Mansa Luter, which features all new material. What’s a Mansa you ask? Well, it means King of Kings. Meaning he’s claiming the crown. Today he makes his triumphant return alongside Tree with the soul trap heater, “Desert Eagle.” Duck and run. And don’t be scared to welcome Mick back. He doesn’t bite. Or does he?
Soul Trap. SaveMoney. What happens when you mesh the two camps together? Well, you get SoulMoney, that’s what. With Brian Fresco on the mic, and Tree on the tracks, these two have teamed up to drop an EP of epic proportions. No seriously, this joint is about to be crazy. Today they bless us with their first offering, the bleeding “Rose.”
The first look is this in-studio performance of “Rose.” Stop and smell them. It’s so glorious.
Video by Q Hefna
Last Saturday, we linked up with Noisey and Brisk Iced Tea for the Chicago installment of the Brisk Bodega series. We hate to beat a dead horse, so to speak, but this party was crackin’. No ifs, ands or buts about it. If you missed it we’re sorry to hear that. But we do have a nice little recap video for you, which you can now view above. Don’t miss our next event. You’ve been warned.
Double Door was the place to be Saturday night as Brisk Bodega took over the venue for it’s Chicago stop featuring DJ Mustard, DJ MoonDawg, Tree and the legendary Do Or Die.
DJ MoonDawg kicked the night off behind the 1′s and 2′s, while Tree hit the stage with Chris Crack in tow. Following MC Tree’s dope performance, westside veterans Do Or Die hit the stage and absolutely tore it down. DOD even brought a few special guests of their own — Buk of Psychodrama and DaWreck of Triple Darkness. Pretty legendary stuff, right? To close out the night, DJ Mustard took to the stage to run through his ever-growing catalogue of hits. On top of that, complimentary Brisk cocktails featuring the new Brisk Half & Half were being served up throughout the night. Yeah, shame on you if you didn’t RSVP and come out.
Check out a full photo recap below courtesy of Angie Mejia, which also includes some dope polaroid (yes, polaroid) stills from Manny Reel.