Portland hip-hop artist TreRedeau makes his return with the brand new Brandon Dean-produced single, “Beef Plates.” One of PDX’s best-kept secrets, Redeau has recently toured with King Chip and collaborated with Dizzy Wright, as well as being featured in The Source, All Hip Hop, and more.
“Beef Plates” is jazzy, uptempo groove that finds Tre experimenting with melody and a high-speed flow. “You want beef? I got plates,” is Redeau‘s version of, if you need it I got. Laced with a nostalgic “Boyz In The Hood” clip, Tre‘s “Beef Plates” has a golden era vibe of the 90’s, while at the same time adding a 2017 approach to everything from the artwork to the production.
TreRedeau defines himself as an artist still developing his own sound, much more than your average rapper. He searches for inspiration in anything he sees, as he molds together melodies, visuals, and stories to create unique pieces of art. The young artist engages with his listeners and audiences through his high-octane performances and universal style of hip-hop that appeals to the mass. From catchy hooks, to heavy bass production, Tre‘s melodic sound is refreshing and timeless.