Directed by Leondotcom and Mudwing Media. Produced by Chysty.
Dion Jetson and Tree’s “He So Cold” comes to life in the official video, which is actually more of a mini-film. Missed the mp3? Grab it right here. Dion’s latest effort, The Ear & The Heart, is scheduled to impact soon.
Produced by QB & Nascent.
Mayhem Music’s Chris Crack comes through another loosie and this time around, he’s joined by Mick Luter and Tree. This record won’t be included on Crack’s forthcoming Trill Withers project, but I’m definitely looking forward to hearing it.
Damn, this is dope. Check out what Crack, Luter and Tree cooked up below.
Produced by SC
The Black Blago, Tree, Fatboi, Dubb trading bars with SC on the beat? This just has to be good. This is yet another release from Ro’s Interview with a Skitzo 2: Perception Is Reality, which is due out later this year. The project features additional heat like this and includes guests like Vinny Cha$e, DUBB, Jose Guapo, TREE, Sean Falyon, Caleb James, St. Millie, Fatboi Fre$h and Big Hus.
And if Ro, Tree, Fatboi and Dubb had less than 24 hours to live, this is how they’d handle it.
Produced by C-Sick.
After getting a short preview a few weeks ago, Giftz finally unleashes the official remix of “Fuck ‘Em All”. The single from Giftz’ Position Of Power LP originally featured King Louie and Rockie Fresh, but it gets some new life thanks to new verses from Mr. Alternative Trap and Mr. Soul Trap themselves — Lucki Eck$ and Tree.
Stream/download the “F*ck ‘Em All” remix below. Haven’t given Giftz’ Position Of Power project a listen? Now would be a good time to change that.
Damn, Tree just snapped and put five new joints on NahRight. He also just announced that he has a brand new EP dropping on 12/10/13, which we didn’t even know was in the chamber until now. As part of NahRight’s Heavy Rotation column, Tree premiered five new records — some of them unfinished — that’s he’s been working on with various Chicago artists including Vic Mensa, Vic Spencer, Chris Crack, Paypa and Fatboi Fresh.
You can read about each and every record over at their site, and stream the joints below. We’re kicking it off with “Hands,” which features Vic Mensa and sounds unfinished. Either way, this knocks. Peep the rest under.
Shot and chopped by High Vision Films.
Giftz’ collaboration with Rockie Fresh, King Louie and C-Sick is getting a breath of new life thanks to an official remix, featuring two familiar faces — Lucki Eck$ and Tree. The three emcees recently hit the studio to record “F*ck ‘Em All” 2.0 and High Vision Films was on hand to catch a bit of the session on film.
No word on when you can expect the remix to impact, but we’re sure it won’t disappoint. If you haven’t given Giftz’ Position Of Power project a listen, do yourself a favor and check it out here.
Produced by The Purist for Brixton Briefcase
British producer The Purist grabbed Tree for his latest release, “Never Heard Of That.” This slow-roller is the perfect backdrop for Tree to croon over. A wack Tree record? I’ve never heard of that. He’s two for two today.
Well, I must admit I didn’t see this coming. King L and MC Tree join Cyhi by adding new verses to Keys N Krates “Dum Dee Dum (Remix).” And damn if Tree and Lou aren’t rapping like two men possessed on this one. This one goes.
Give it a spin below.
Produced by SC.
Treeeee’s back and he’s ready to establish Soul Trap as a brand, band and label as well as a genre. To kick things off, MC Tree drops off a brand new record produced by SC. Tree and SC? Yeah, this is ill.
Stream/download “32 Shots” below and be sure to hit the jump to get a look at Tree’s new Soul Trap tees.
Directed by Andrew Zeiter. Presented by Closed Sessions.
The past two years have been quite the wild ride for Tree. You know this if you follow the site. Earlier this year he released his highly-acclaimed Sunday School 2 with Closed Sessions and went on to perform at the Pitchfork Music Fest — no small feat whatsoever.
About a year ago, Closed Sessions began interviewing Tree as they broke ground on SS2 and they’ve documented that experience in full, ending with Tree’s performance at Pitchfork. This is true devotion right here, and Tree is his truest form. Press play and watch how it all came together.