Treesil P Drops his Official Music Video to "Right Now" featuring PeeDaProfit
GazeGod Records recording artist Treesil P releases official music video for his smash new single "Right Now" featuring labelmate PeeDaProfit.
By: L&B Consultation
A native of Ghana in West Africa, singer/songwriter/
raised by a single mother in one of the poorest villages on the continent of Africa, Treesil P gravitated to the sounds of legends like Michael Jackson and Bob Marley, as Hip-Hop icons the likes of Snoop Dogg and Jay-Z. With these influences in tow Treesil decided to embark on a musical career.
As a young teen He immigrated to the United States, ultimately settling in New York City the birth place of Hip Hop music. This impacted Treesil greatly and he decided to embark on a music career. Currently in his 20s Treesil has already began to make noise in the New York underground music scene and is ready to take his message to the mainstream. In 2017 he released his debut single "Vibe it Up" which was well received by deejays and industry insiders alike. Treesil followed that up with "Higher" a song that pays homage to the hustlers and "go-getters"
Produced by Grammy award-winning producer Omen, "Right Now" is slick up-tempo track laced with an old-school feel but with a modern vibe. Armed with a catchy chorus, Treesil provides a unique sound and flow reminiscent of Nelly or Cash Money's Juvenile. He is matched by PeeDaProfit's contemporary rap stylings, P's impressive wordplay and top-notch delivery brings a fierceness to the record that compliments Treesil P's braggadocio and swag filled crooning.
"Right Now" has received airplay on several local and mainstream radio outlets, this includes FM radio mix-shows as well as internet radio rotation. Treesil P and PeeDaProfit have performed the single at several New York City hot spots such as Karma Lounge and Santos Party House to name a few. In addition, "Right Now" is gaining traction on various streaming platforms such as Spotify, TIDAL and Soundcloud with additions to numerous playlists.