Produced by Cutta
Inspired by a trip Tree and Chris Crack took to ATL, they decided to dedicate this joint to their own personal heaven, Follies. Hey, I’ve been to Follies and it’s awesome! Don’t know what it is? Google it and thank me later.
Check out the evident chemistry of Crack and Tree over this Cutta instrumental below.
Directed by APJ Films. Produced by Fortified Sounds.
The Rapping Bastard and MC Tree trade bars on “Profound”, which you can check out the newly released video for above. This just a taste of what’s to come from Vic, who’s actually the newest recruit of Sean Price’s Ruck Down camp.
Keep an ear out for Vic’s Vision Pipes EP with TDE and Chicago’s own Johnny Rocket, due out next month.
Little known fact: Tree got soul trapper of the year four times in a raw. That’s no small feat. Tree goes for his fifth championship with this video for “Like Whoa” which is another joint from his very-solid EP, MCTREEG EP. You better get that now if you don’t already. And no, Black Rob is not involved.
From the depths of the most closed of Closed Sessions, comes an old/new vaulted joint by Tree and Thelonious Martin. The dust has been blown off this dusty, and “More Than You Know” is now available for public consumption. I’m pretty sure Tree name checks the now defunct Ice Bar as well. This one is super fresh.
Grab it and stab it below.
On a recent trip to the Big Apple, Tree connected with legendary outlet, Mass Appeal, for a rather unique interview. What did they discuss? Well, let’s just say bussas, overalls and jazz from the 1930s all get name-checked. Check out the hilarious and informative piece directly above.
Presented by Scion AV.
After a few offerings, Tree’s new EP is finally here. The EP is the latest installment in the ‘Scion AV Presents’ EP series and includes seven new tracks from the Soul Trap emcee. The project also includes guest contributions from fellow Project Mayhem representative Lennon and Taylor Outlaw.
Hit the jump to stream/download.
Directed by J2
Lennon grabs the rest of his Project Mayhem family for the song/video for “Gangsta.” In this one they’re out to show who the real enemy is and who the real gangstas are. Lennon’s new project, Hindsight, is due out in the very near future. No turning back now.
As we told you last week, Tree has a project slated to drop on January 21st with Scion AV titled The @MCTREEG EP. The project features seven new tracks, that feature the Tree you know and love. The EP only includes two features — Lennon of Project Mayhem and Taylor Outlaw — and based off the first two leaks, Tree is back to his soul trap form (not that he ever left).
This new release, “Probably Nu It” is straight fire. Trust us. Check it out below, and hit the jump to check out the official tracklist from the album.
Chicago’s Soul Trap Tree is linking wit the audio/visual sector of automotive company Scion, for the release of his new EP, The @MCTreeG EP, which is due out on January 21st. In the past, Scion has collaborated on projects with artists such as Chase N Cashe, Danny Brown and Harry Fraud, so Tree is in good company.
Tree released The Tree EP back in 2011, but rest assured that The @MCTREEG EP has nothing to do with its predecessor. Today, Scion and Tree give us the project’s first offering, the slapping “Like Whoa.” No Black Rob.
Check out this first leak below, and hit the jump for the official press release from Scion AV. Very much looking forward to this project — this first single is nothing short of amazing.
Directed by London
Off Paypa’s highly anticipated new seven-song EP, entirely produced by Soul Trap Tree — due out sometime in 2014.