Tree & Tone Skeeta – “Suge” x “We On” x “Harold’s Chicken”

A number of Tree and Tone Skeeta records have leaked over the past few days, but I was asleep at the wheel.

These first two, “Suge” and “We On”, appear on Drank & Dank’s Dripped Up 4 mixtape, which is available for stream and download here. The third song, which you can check after the jump, finds the duo spitting over The Clipse’ “Popular Demand” and is slated to appear on Skeeta’s upcoming Total Package mixtape.

“Suge”

“We On”

“Harold’s Chicken”

All tracks courtesy FSD

Previously: Tree – Tree Featuring The City (Mixtape)


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16 Responses to “Tree & Tone Skeeta – “Suge” x “We On” x “Harold’s Chicken””

  1. cOLD Says:

    I just love being trapped in the matrix

    ^ whoa.

    nosign being trapped, or held anywhere against my will.

  2. &What?! Says:

    Jay-Z – Oh My God >

  3. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    I just love being trapped in the matrix.

  4. B LMG Says:

    *daps TS*

  5. cOLD Says:

    just now remembering when I was a kid how some therapist asked me what did I see in this inkblot image.

    Musta been out of the ordinary/

  6. The Architek Says:

    *controls HW’s mind, soul, and body (nh)*

  7. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    Fred DeLuca is a case study in bootstrapping. In 1965, DeLuca received a $1,000 loan from a friend and opened up a sandwich store. DeLuca was 17 at the time, and he put ads in the paper for used appliances to get the necessary tools. DeLuca’s Pete’s Super Submarines – named after Peter Buck, the generous friend – was almost sunk when the city required a $550 sink to be installed, prompting a second $1,000 loan. DeLuca held on, opening three more stores in rapid succession.

    Now known as Subway, DeLuca’s sandwich empire has made him a billionaire. Peter Buck has also been rewarded with a fortune for trusting in his young friend. It’s worth noting that $1,000 in 1965 would be almost $7,000 today. It’s still an impressive feat to grow that into a billion-dollar business, and Subway is the startup story that all others are measured against.
    =======================

    Are you inspired yet?!?

    What are you waiting for?

    Bet it all on black, don’t look back!

    Believe in yourself.

  8. General Glamour Says:

    Just found out cOLD’s shoe size …

    no homo

  9. General Glamour Says:

    Are you inspired yet?!?

    What are you waiting for?

    Bet it all on black, don’t look back!

    Believe in yourself.

    ^

    Keep Going !!! (c) Nahright Denzel

  10. AR-Clip Says:

    Wouldn’t even think about pressing pay rap

  11. General Glamour Says:

    The Architek Says:
    January 16th, 2013 at 12:36 pm

    *controls HW’s mind, soul, and body (nh)*

    ^

    HAHAHAHAHAHHAAHAHAHAHHAA

  12. General Glamour Says:

    Breaking News: Chip Kelly gonna coach Eagles

  13. Dwayne Gretsky Says:

    The hip hop world and the real world are not the same.
    Our youth doesn’t understand that.
    This subculture that is very real to us has also been plundered not only by other races but by our own.

  14. The Architek Says:

    Are you inspired yet?!?

    What are you waiting for?

    Bet it all on black, don’t look back!

    Believe in yourself.

    ^^

    That’s cool, and it does inspire.

    But they need to divulge more about his struggle during that time. Can’t gloss over the part where he probably showed a level of commitment and perseverance a lot of people don’t have.

    Also, that was ’65. You take out the equivalent loan now (which says $7000) and you can barely start a goddamn thing.

  15. Dwayne Gretsky Says:

    Immaturity <<<<<<<<<

  16. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    Nah cOLD.

    Until you’ve been faded to a homemade Clams Casino mixtape

    in an out of town hotel with a cool slut and a few vices

    then you’ll understand what I mean

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