• On Tuesday, Tree will drop off his long-awaited follow-up to last year's @MCTREEG EP, the Trap Genius tape.
  • Side-by-side comparisons don't get more stark than Tree's new song and the Chris Brown/Lil Wayne/Busta Rhymes/Diplo track of the same name. The latter's a crossover smash that features slick dance routines and a spazzy verse from Busta, and the former is soulful, slow and raw. 
  • After dropping off “Feelings” yesterday, Spenzo returns today with another loosie for the fans called “Doin’ Lines” featuring fellow Chicago emcee Tree.
  • Tree quietly released one of 2014's strongest projects with the MCTREEG EP, and he may do the same this year with Trap Genius, but hopefully this one makes a little more noise.
  • Tree continues to feed the streets with new content. After hitting us with tracks like “No Type Remix” & “Goodbye Summer” in the past couple weeks, the Chicago rapper returns today with another #Treemix for the fans, this time over the late Biggie Smallz' “What’s Beef”.
  • On September 25th, SAVEMONEY's Brian Fresco will release a joint EP with "soul trap" artist Tree, who's also from Chicago, entitled SoulMoney. We've already heard one cut, "Rose," from the upcoming release, and now the Windy City duo have shared a second.
  • Chicago "soul trap" artist Tree has been spending the last few weeks making "Treemixes" of popular rap tracks, including Rae Sremmurd's "No Type," iLoveMakonnen and Drake's "Tuesday," Young Scooter's "Colombia" and Drake and Lil Wayne's "Grindin." Now he changes his tune for the latest installment of his Treemix series
  • Recent Ear Drummers signees Rae Sremmurd dropped off a follow-up to their summer smash "No Flex Zone" a few weeks ago, entitled "No Type." Now Chicago MC Tree, who's recently taken to dropping remixes on Tuesdays, has posted his own version of the track on his SoundCloud page.
  • Since dropping the original track "Bang Bang" a few weeks ago, self proclaimed "soultrap baron" Tree has been releasing "TreeMixes" of popular tracks including Drake and Lil Wayne's "Grindin" and Young Scooter's "Colombia." Now he's back with another, going in over what he calls "one of the hottest songs in the country
  • Young Scooter's "Colombia," released back in 2013, hasn't seen a ton of freestyles or remixes as of late, but today Tree revisits the track with a #TreeMix. Spelling his version with a "u," as in "Columbia," Tree shifts his focus from the South American country to the NYC college (or maybe it's just a misspelling?).
  • Though "Believe Me" has thus far been a more popular landing spot for freestyles, Drake and Lil Wayne's more recently released "Grindin'" has garnered its fair share of bars from other rappers as well.
  • Tree's back with a brand new record for your summer playlist. Enjoy the sounds and read the emcee's story about the track's creation below:
  • For the first single from his highly anticipated collaborative EP with Tree, Save Money’s Brian Fresco decides to share this new track titled “Rose”.
  • Tree's Soul Trap is about to take over. The rapper is headed overseas for a quick tour, and in celebration of his very first European tour run, the Chicago native unleashed a free record for the fans "Look At Me", which is self-produced.
  • Tree released one of the year's best projects with The @MCTREEG EP earlier this year, and today he's released a brand new freestyle over a well-known Chicago rap song. The rapper takes on Kanye West's "Devil In A New Dress", well-suited instrumental for Tree, who's made his name off of soul-sampling beats.
  • The other day Thelonious Martin previewed a new joint which he said was "arranged" by Kanye West, "You Girls." Today we find the producer on the boards for a new release from Chiraq's Tree.
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