Never Flew

Blanco Caine recruits fellow Chiraq residents Tree and Mikkey Halsted for the remix. Look out for Blanco‘s White America tape.

Blanco Caine “Front My Move” (Feat. Tree & Mikkey Halsted, Prod. Mano)

Like You Hung Around And Did Somethin’ Special

Tree makes it a cold summer with this right here. Sunday School II been out. Get that now.


Tree “Busters” (Prod. Frank Dukes)

Never Be Shit

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Tree dropped Sunday School II — this time around he recruits the help of a few different producers and guest emcees including Roc Marciano and Danny Brown. He did a proper job with the selections though, his unique vocals go well over most of the beats and the project still comes off as a cohesive body of soultrap work.

Download Tree‘s Sunday School II: When Church Let’s Out.

Delete ‘Em

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Tree leaked another joint off his upcoming Sunday School II project. He recruited Midwest bredren Danny Brown for a guest appearance on this one. This is shaping up to be one of my most anticipated projects of 2013.

Tree “No Faces” (Feat. Danny Brown)

Started Early

Tree released a video for the single he dropped a few months ago, originally titled “Get It”. His upcoming project Sunday School II drops on May 15th. Heard the big homie’s video is getting rotation on that Music Television Jams thing, congrats to that.

Tree “Devotion (Get It)”

Pops Told Me

Tree announced the release of Sunday School II: When Church Lets Out and leaked the first song off the project, featuring Roc Marci. This is definitely one of my most anticipated projects of 2013. If you’re still sleeping on Tree, there’s something seriously fuckin wrong with you.

Tree “Trynawin” (Feat. Roc Marciano)

For The Non-Believers

Tone Skeeta dropped the visuals for his latest single produced by his bredren Tree, along with his mixtape The Total Package.

Grab the tape below. We gotta get this dude on FOTB during his next trip to New York.

Still Right

Tree, Chitown emcee/producer extraordinaire released a new cut that is supposedly for his upcoming solo project. If you missed our interview with Tree, check that. Quite very, especially very soulful banger.

Tree “Get It”

Thirty Flat

Tree, the emcee/producer is back at it with this tape, Featuring the City. It’s entirely produced by Tree and featuring a variety of talent from his homeland of Chicago. Peace to the god for always hitting us with exclusive cuts for Fresh Out the Box. Check the track list below.

1. Bobby Rocwell “Alwayz Round”
2. Tone Skeeta “Dat Chevy”
3. Blanco Caine “Somethin’ Mean”
4. Chance The Rapper “Hey Ma” (Original)
5. Young Giftz “Nino”
6. Cris Crack “I’m Ya Man”
7. Faboi Fresh “Nobody”
8. Save Money “Steamer”
9. Jig Dolla “Prolly”
10. Seven f/ Vic Spencer “Jays”
11. Rashid Hadee & Tone Skeeta “Be A Star”
12. YK “Way Too Blatant”
13. Ando Ruckus “Raw Denim”
14. Naledge & Paypa (of Project Mayhem) “Rubies”
15. Agacee “She Ain’t Wit Nobody”
16. Mick Luter “Chicago Nights”
17. Mike Will The Great & Residue Reed “So What”
18. Project Mayhem f/ Ben Official “The Wire”

Download Featuring the City.

That’s A Sure Thing

Tree and LEP‘s Blanco Caine further prove their good working rapport. Usually I’m real good on the dance music samples in rap, but this shit just works as the homie takes it for a loop around the rhythmic spectrum and replants it dead in center of the soul trap. Tree‘s Featuring The City project drops around X-Mas.


Tree “Something Mean” (Feat. Blanco Caine, Produced by Tree)