Soul Trap from the SAVEMONEY crew.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Off the upcoming 'SoulMoney' project which will be produced entirely by Tree.
"All that grace, all that body, all that face, makes me wanna party."
Consider the Soul Trap movement in full effect.
Chicago’s drill scene is as influential as it is infamous.
The budding Chicago rapper and his producer Tree visualize their SoulTrap sound.
Is there a nice way to suggest that Tree and Danny Brown made a track that could've easily fit on that Pimp Trick Gangsta Click album.
In a little over two minutes, Tree gives a look into Chicago culture rarely seen since Common Sense made his name in the early '90s.
As perhaps Chicago's best rapping sociologist, leave it to Mikkey Halsted to address the city's dire straits - from the school system to violence in the streets - using the mic as his medium and weapon of choice on a remix to Lil Durk's "L's Up" and while doing a guest spot for rising Windy City MC Tree's "Damn Near.