Born Chris Whitmore, “TreaZon” is a Cleveland lyricist that continues to expand his creativity while telling his everyday life lessons. The 23-year old emcee returns with a plan and a method to his madness. His plan is simple: to make timeless music while providing a purposeful message. TreaZon’s tone and versatility as a wordsmith make him a true artist. No stranger to the mixtape circuit, in 2008 TreaZon hooked up with legendary DJs Mick Boogie and Don Cannon for two releases. That year Mick Boogie hosted the Breathe Life On ‘Em mixtape and Don Cannon hosted The Re-Introduction. The releases over the next two years allowed the Cleveland spitter to sharpen his craft and let his life create the music. That period of growth is best displayed on TreaZon’s Breathe Life 2 and 9 Steps mixtapes. His 2011 release, Visions, produced multiple fan favorites and earned TreaZon a national fanbase. With patience and talent, TreaZon is humbly making ground on the lyrical standard set by the Hip Hop pioneers of Cleveland, Bones Thugs ‘N Harmony. Tupac Shakur and Nas are TreaZon’s biggest Hip Hop influences on his latest project, Zero Love and Reality Escape. The projects are based around TreaZon’s personal tragedies and past relationships, delivered with passion and aggression. The production on the LPs were handpicked. The bulk of production was handled by el-R(“Process Of Elimination”, Zero Love), Charlie Hilton (“Midnight Train”, Visions); Jay Bradley (aka Brad Puette) of Field Day Recordings. Zero Love is available now at for free download. Reality Escape is set to drop in April.