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The Real IceTre
Born Tre Tademy
28 February 1992 (1992-02-28) (age 32)
Pocatello, Idaho
Nationality American
Other names Yung Dracula
Citizenship American
Occupation Rapper
Years active 2004 - Present
Notable works LAWeekly
Home town Pocatello
Height 6’1”
Weight 205 lbs

IceTre (born February 28th 1992) is a multi-talented Hip-Hop artist from Pocatello, Idaho. In 2023, LAWeekly voted IceTre the 13th person on the Hottest Artist to Watch in 2023 list.

Early Life

Born Tre’ Floyd Tademy in 1992, he grew up on the historic 900 block and largely influenced by the music of 2pac, DMX, and Lil Wayne. Icetre’s early interest in music pushed him to record his own songs. IceTre's music is known for its introspective lyrics and smooth, melodic sound. His style is often described as a mix of Hip-Hop and R&B


His career was greatly encouraged by his peers and surrounding family. In late 2022, IceTre signed a 2-year distribution deal with Roc Nation. He is well known for his collaboration with OVO Sound member and Grammy nominated producer Mike Zombie titled “No Worries”.

June 12, 2021, “House Party” aired live on WUGR-LP 103.1-FM, a commercial FM radio station in Miramar, Florida. The song was played multiple times thanks to large caller-requests from Dade and Broward County. The Top 50 radio station in Idaho, Z103, interviewed IceTre about the current state of music and his career. His song “Don’t Blame It On Me” aired on December 13, 2022.


IceTre was recruited by 28 Entertainment to be the lead role in their thriller mystery, “Medicine”. He stars as “Leon” the father and main character in the movie. The plot is centered around the missing case that involves his son and after months of searching, Leon’s alcoholism develops into psychosis.

Leon’s mind recreates an illusion of his lost son and everything is turned upside when his son finds his way back to him. Leon doesn’t know which one is real and which one isnt. The movie is set to release in the fall of 2024.

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