Tuesday, 16 December 2014

Rap songs that aren't on YouTube but really should be # 3

2014 first world problems that are guaranteed to leave you feelin' a Balotelli Type Of Way: when your mate asks you to link him to some good TREE songs so you head to YouTube to duly dispatch Trouble, Nino, and Soultrappin'/I Believe his way since each song is a perfectly ramshackle crystallization of TREE's Soul-Trap blueprint only to find out that no bastard has ever bothered to upload Trouble or the unedited version of Soultrappin'/I Believe.

"Seen a bunch of homies die on me
Whoadie said he ain't feel nothin' when he fired on me
Fuck him, he ain't my homie
Who am I to judge? I luh the n*gga 'cause he my homie
Split up what we rob, homie"


TREE - Trouble
(From The TREE EP; 2011)



"I said my father was an addict
Well, yo, MALCOLM WAS AN ADDICT!
VERSACE WAS A FAGGET!
No homo in these muthafuckin' fabrics"


TREE - Soultrappin'/I Believe
(From @THEMCTREEG EP; 2014)



It's all luv here at The Martorialist, mind - the only good Scousers are the gay ones.

5 comments:

Queez said...

Didn't even know there was an unedited version of the last TREE ep.

Si Mane Price said...

Me either until 2 or 3 months ago.

Jaspar said...

Got a link for the dirty @MCTREEG EP?

Si Mane Price said...

No but you can cop it on his Bandcamp page.

Russ said...

TREE is so slept on.

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