Hold up, wait a minute — MC Tree’s back in it and he brings us the official video for “Hold Up” from his recently released TrapGenius project.
Fans of Tree should be sure to RSVP to our next show with Red Bull Sound Select, as Tree will be performing alongside Chris Crack as well as Mystikal. Crazy, right? Yes, grab that $3 ticket right here right now.
We know you just pressed play on this new Tree album, TrapGenius. But hit pause, just for a minute. Yeah, do that now. Pause that, then press play on this “Don’t Een Kare” video. It’s a great song. When you’re finished eyeing the visual, then go back to playing TrapGenius. In that order.
Produced by Blue Sky Black Death.
Tree really can’t lose right now. Fresh off of his collaboration with Ghostface Killah and BadBadNotGood surfacing yesterday, MC Tree decided to unveil the official artwork for his upcoming Trap Genius project and give everyone another new joint.
The official artwork for Trap Genius was created by artist Kyle Bryant and can be seen above, while Tree’s “New Or Leins/ Training Day” can be heard below. And yes, this latest drop is another crazy record from Tree G.
Check it out for yourself below. Trap Genius drops Tuesday (2/24).
Whoa! Ghostface Killah and Tree? Are you kidding me. This is a match made in heaven for fans of both of these artists, and this random pairing swallows like fine wine. Then throwing BadBadNotGood in the mix? Crazy level elevated. Yeah, the live sounds from the band really bring this one to life and prove that sometimes the unexpected should be expected. Great record. Grab it below. Another great look for MC TREE G.
Ghost and BadBad’s Sour Soul is available on 2/24 but can be pre-ordered now.
Directed by Bryan Allen Lamb and Art Direction.
Tree’s TrapGenius project was originally set to drop today, but it’ll now be impacting next Tuesday (2/24). Tree’s not leaving us empty handed, though. Today, he released his another new record and video which he’s calling “Milk Chin.”
Of course, Tree G doesn’t disappoint either. Watch the video for “Milk Chin” above, thanks to AllHipHop, and look for TrapGenius to drop next week.
Directed by Harmon Visuals. Produced by Dutchy.
Tree follows up the release of “Look At Me Now” with the track’s accompanying video, which you can take a look at directly above.
In case you haven’t been keeping count at home, “Look At Me Now” is the second release from Tree’s TrapGenius project that’s set to impact next week — February 17th to be exact. Until then, feast your eyes on Tree G’s latest clip.
Tree’s new project, TrapGenius, is on the way and Tree G raises awareness (and excitement) for the project once again with the release of “Look At Me Now.”
In case you didn’t know, you can catch FSD’s very own Andrew Barber providing the P4K scene report for the Windy city on Pitchfork’s recently launched P4K Radio every Wednesday at 1pm CST. The scene report was a little behind schedule this week, but you know the saying — better late than never.
On this week’s segment, Andrew talks about what has people excited in the Chi this week (Lupe’s new album, Big Sean’s new collaboration with Kanye and Drake + more) and shares two of our current favorite records here at FSD — Kembe X’s “Crack Baby” and Tree’s “Don’t Een Kare.”
Listen to today’s P4K Chicago scene report, courtesy of FSD, below the jump and be sure to check out Pitchfork’s P4K Radio right here.
Directed by Aaron Perkins Jr.
If you’ve been following FSD and/or Tree’s career closely, then you know 2015 holds a new album from the production/rapping wiz, which he’s christened TrapGenius. And the rollout has begun with a trailer for the tape as well as the exciting leak for “Don’t Een Kare.”
Today, however, we get his documentary for the project, aptly titled TrapGenius: The Documentary. Tree offers this short film up as a counter to Noisey’s Chiraq documentary that dropped last year. This is the Chi as Tree sees it, and it’s a v gritty piece.
“This documentary is my attempt at clarifying what a trap genius is. Not one who is in the action of trapping or a victim of the trapping but one who is proficient in the wisdom and understanding of the trap. One who can adapt to and penetrate any trap!! This is not my trap! I do not know these individuals! So my understanding of the environment in general allows me to maneuver in any trap or trap-like environment.”