Tree Songs

  • Dum Dee Dum (Keys N Krate Remix)
    Dum Dee Dum (Keys N Krate Remix)
    Listen to Dum Dee Dum (Keys N Krate Remix), the new track by King Louie featuring Tree & CyHi The Prynce which was dropped on Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013. King Louie's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Dum Dee Dum (Keys N Krate Remix) will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since King Louie debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up.
  • No Type (Remix)
    No Type (Remix)
    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. Going in over Mike WiLL Made It's dope production, Tree flips the teen duo's lyrics about women into hilarious bars about weed. While Rae Sremmurd may have no "type" of women they prefer, Tree could say the same about bud strains, "whether OG or that sour," it makes him feel right.
  • More Than You Know
    More Than You Know
    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.
  • Nino (Remix)
    Nino (Remix)
    Bump Nino (Remix), the latest cut from Giftz featuring Tree, Joey Purp, Kami de Chukwu, Dally Auston, Brian Fresco & Caleb James on the assist. It was released on Friday, May 24th, 2013. Things are improving for Giftz with each new offering, and Nino (Remix) is certainly no exception. It's a worthy addition to the Giftz's catalogue, which has seen much evolution as of late. We're definitely anticipating the next step.
  • Fuck Em All (Remix)
    Fuck Em All (Remix)
    Bump Fuck Em All (Remix), the latest cut from Giftz featuring Tree & Lucki Eck$ on the assist. It was released on Thursday, November 14th, 2013. Things are improving for Giftz with each new offering, and Fuck Em All (Remix) is certainly no exception. It's a worthy addition to the Giftz's catalogue, which has seen much evolution as of late. We're definitely anticipating the next step. Check out Giftz on Statement. If you dig this, visit Giftz's profile for the latest info, news, songs, and mixtapes.
  • Like Whoa
    Like Whoa
    Chicago rapper on the rise, Tree, has a new extended play on the way which will be sponsored by Scion AV,THE @MCTREEG EP. It's dropping some time this month and today we get the first look with "Like Whoa". Check out the raspy rapper below and be on the look out for the visual to match. If you're unfamiliar with Tree, we suggest scoping out his Sunday School II mixtape.
  • Look At Me
    Look At Me
    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. He says of his upcoming adventures, "I'm sure it'll be an inspiring trip as I'm already inspired by that love of my craft that's taking me across these waters. Here's a tune to hold you down til I get back on Chicago soil." If you're in Europe, we definitely recommend hitting up one of the rapper's shows. See the dates below.
  • Grindin' (Remix)
    Grindin' (Remix)
    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. The latest comes from Chicago "Soul Trap" purveyor Tree, who gives the piano led track a characteristically gruff reworking. The Vinylz and Boi-1da produced instrumental is not that far off from the brand of organic sounding trap that Tree tends to favor, and thusly he sounds right at home on this freestyle.
  • 32 Shots
    32 Shots
    Check out 32 Shots, the latest track from Tree, which dropped on Friday, September 27th, 2013. Tree's movement grows stronger with each new release, and 32 Shots has further strengthened that fact. It's a solid addition to the commendable body of work Tree has been creating since stepping foot in the rap game, and we're definitely looking forward to what Tree has on deck.
  • Pimp C (Freestyle)
    Pimp C (Freestyle)
    With his newly-released Trap Genius album still in rotation, Chicago’s MC Tree decides to keep the content coming. On Monday, he dropped off a “Treestyle” called “Places”, and now tonight he’s back with another one called “Pimp C”.
  • Afrika Bambaataa (Freestyle)
    Afrika Bambaataa (Freestyle)
    Tree's "Treestyle" series continues today with a new one named after one of hip hop's most influential forces: "Afrika Bambaataa." This follows up his last one, "Platinum Chains," which arrived in the middle of May. 
  • Rose
    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”. This track, as well as the rest of the SoulMoney EP, was produced by Tree who also lends one of his unmistakable, raspy-voiced verses. The song speaks on the highs & lows of juggling a career in the entertainment business while dealing with responsibilities that come along with everyday life and its effect on them & the people surrounding the two emcees. 
  • Bang Bang
    Bang Bang
    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:
  • Tuesday (Remix)
    Tuesday (Remix)
    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 right now undoubtedly," iLoveMakonnen's "Tuesday." 
  • Bae
    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. Entitled "Bae," this track has Fresco handling all the rapping while Tree mans the boards.
  • New Or Leins / Training Day
    New Or Leins / Training Day
    On Tuesday, Tree will drop off his long-awaited follow-up to last year's @MCTREEG EP, the Trap Genius tape. Having already shared a few cuts from the project, today the Chicago native liberates "New Or Leins / Training Day." It's produced by Seattle's always-phenomenal production duo Blue Sky Black Death.
  • Weed & Clothes
    Weed & Clothes
    Vic Spencer and Tree are two of Chicago's most underrated talents, both interesting and slept on because they're out of step with current trends within the city's music scene. Thus, it'll only makes sense for the two rappers to team up, combining their strengths to break into the conversation.
  • All Dat
    All Dat
    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 rapper brings his very bluesy baritone out for the occasion, successfully making the well-known instrumental his own.
  • Hands
    Stream Hands (Prod. By Tree) , the newest drop from Vic Mensa. The cut was released on Monday, November 11th, 2013. Vic Mensa continues to impress with each new leak, and Hands (Prod. By Tree) is no exception. It's strengthens Vic Mensa's already impressive body of work, which has seen positive change over the years. We're most definitely anticipating Vic Mensa's next offering.
  • Look At Me Now
    Look At Me Now
    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.  Taken from Tree's upcoming project Trap Genius, the track finds him comfortably in his "soul trap" lane, with his raspy voice contrasting nicely with the angelic vocal sample continually cresting behind him.