The Chicago producer/rapper Tree is very bizarre yet interesting in his raps. He’s relatable, charismatic and a great producer. The album initially takes a while to process because it’s hard to take Tree’s break-neck voice in large doses. The struggle with religion covers all grounds on this record. It all shows emotions with fighting against his brother, loneliness and being poor. The “gangster” hardly exists on this album. It’s more layed back and low tempo.
Tree might be trying to find his way to work on his sins but by finding stolen equipment to practice his skills on is not a great first step. The production is still pretty amazing and this Chicago rapper will hopefully be topping the charts soon enough.