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Tre Mission – Got Me Too [Video]

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Toronto, ONTre Mission releases a new video for “Got Me Too,” a track off his latest project Malmaison (Download). Tre returns from a darker and deeper place with this newest one – pulling from one of the few instrumental tracks on the album as he delivers a visual treatment that plays like a short film telling a story of betrayal based on events that hit close to home for Tre. The video was directed by Sean Getti and Ayanie Naseem and for the record the content in this video is a work of fiction. Watch below.

In more Tre news, tomorrow (August 2nd) he’ll be opening for Kendrick Lamar at Sound Academy. As well, Big Dada are pleased to announce the signing of Tre Mission on a three album deal. To celebrate the signing of his deal with the label, Big Dada are working the double-AA single “Brunch / High Fashion,” featuring two tracks from Malmaison. A further video for the tracks is forthcoming and the tunes have already gotten plays from Tim Westwood, Logan Sama and Mister Jam. A full debut album will follow in early 2014. Congrats, Tre!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOPx5UilOuU

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