Ohana Bam has been a favorite of mine for quite some time now, and a few days back he blessed his growing fan base with his brand new project titled “Tree Up 2”. There is a total of twelve tracks on this project, and after the first listen through the main thing that stuck out to me was without a doubt the consistency of the tape. Bam set the tempo of this entire tape from the jump, as he addressed how some of the people in his past currently feel about him on the intro, it felt something like “Stan” by Eminem. That introspective energy popped up quite a few times throughout the track list, as well as some of Bam’s signature up-tempo sounds, he did a little bit of everything on this one. A few of the standouts on this one to me were “Like I Can”, “Level Up”, “Don’t Miss You” and the intro track “Dear Brenton”. From front to back this is one of the best projects to come out of Chicago this year, be expecting to see it on our year end list in a couple weeks. The future is bright for Ohana Bam, I have nothing but excitement to see where his music takes him, but stream the tape below while we wait.