Reppin’ Long Beach, Cali…Tre and Action Tha Thrilla are on a mission to redefine the west coast and place it back on top of the hip-hop throne. Tre’s uncanny wordplay, witty punch lines and melodic choruses combined with Action’s bangin’ beats create a sound that is west coast funk with a touch of hyphy. They represent a wealth of hip-hop styles but have created a brand of music that stands on its own.
Treaction has a virtuosity rarely found in today’s music industry. They display professionalism, enthusiasm, charisma and an unmatched work ethic. They are constantly on the grind promoting shows and flipping records out of their trunk. They are a force to be reckoned with in the hip-hop music scene. They fuse addictive rhythms with compelling changes and there is never a break or a mistake in the music.
Influenced by East Coast rawness and West Coast groove, “TreAction” combined the best of both worlds into their own flavor of hardcore hip-hop. They produced a countless number of hard-hitting tracks and jam-packed demos. While fellow Long Beach MCs, such as “Snoop Doggy Dogg,” “Warren G” and “Tha Dogg Pound” sold millions of records by glamorizing the thugs, guns, and drugs, “TreAction” remained faithful to their mission of rising above the streets, instead of falling back to the streets. In 1999, they created their own Entertainment company named “Lettin Off Entertainment”. The first release off their label is appropriately titled “Dissimilar Styles”. This compilation displays the versatile talents of “TreAction”, along with labelmates “2 Man Army” that has the Long Beach underground buzzing. “TreAction” has performed live at many local venues around the area, Such as the “Ivar Theatre” in Hollywood , “Chreese Records”, “show events in Inglewood ”, “Knitting Factory”, and the “Galaxy Theatre” in Orange County.
“TreAction’s music is pure. “TreAction’s” music is so different from the everyday Rap Music that has been disrespecting and degrading our women for the last 20 years through music especially Rap music. Recently the black community has dealt with situations with people of different races degrading our women and our men. For example, Radio Personality, Don Imus that referenced an all black women basketball team as, “Nappy headed”. It’s imperative that we don’t add to this kind of behavior and help stop it.
“TreAction” (TA) music brings substance over nonsense taking the listener on a roller coaster ride of new sound. Whether you like hip-hop in its purest form, nightclub rump shaker or some West Coast “G-funk,” “TreAction” can flip it. Step into the world of (TA) and experience the musical rush of “Dissimilar Styles.”