Born in Decatur, Georgia, Playboy Tre has plenty of miles to travel before he attains one of the coveted spots at the “Best of the South” club, but with over thirteen years in the game and a résumé that includes references from Lil’ Jon, YoungBloodz, T.I. and Jazze Pha, the “drunk loner” might eventually get there. On his introspective new cut, Eagles Fly, Tre’s cool side shines. Produced by White Boy J, the track allows the charismatic rapper to give all of himself to the listener, exposing the pain and bare rawness of life in the trap. With a debut album entitled The Liquor Store Mascot around the corner, and no major label banging down his door, the co-CEO of Georgia Durt Entertainment will need to fight to push his career forward, but with his unique approach to rap, the emcee born Clarence Montgomery III should have no problem.
Written by Kevin L. Clark on 11/5/08
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