Award-winning Nashville hip-hop artist, writer, and producer Tre Houston is not new to the game and with a decade-long experience and multiple performances across different venues under his belt, he sure is a veteran. His latest release titled “Schoolyard Days” is a nostalgia-inducing piece that goes back in time when he was young and he had less to worry about. Over a bright piano-laden backdrop, Tre reflects on his days as a kid in school as he runs amok with his friends. From watching cartoons, playing with toys, drinking lemonade and Kool-Aid to getting in trouble, Tre realizes that times have surely changed but at least he has those good memories to cherish forever.

“Schoolyard Days” was originally one of many written by Houston and Dave Tough for Joseph Gordon-Levitt‘s TV show HitRecord on TV but wound up on the cutting room floor before airing. The song was also taken from Houston and Tough’s forthcoming currently-untitled EP (due out 5/29).

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