About Tre G

St. Louis native, Tre G is an independent artist and creative director.  At the age of 4, Tre G began singing and since then has recorded successful projects including fan favorite, "As I Am". His recently released single, "The Feeling"  is now available on all streaming platforms. GO! Magazine by St. Louis Post-Dispatch named Tre G "2016 Rising Star" and also landed a spot in DELUX Magazine's Emerging 30 Under 30.  

In 2020, Tre G helped form the music festival and media company, WerQFest to help highlight and celebrate black queerness. Tre G served as opening support for Grammy Award winning songstresses Corinne Bailey Rae & Andra Day and has been apart of productions as an artist & creative director at The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis,  St. Louis Black Rep, STAGES St. Louis, Metro Theater Company, Shakespeare Festival St. Louis and companies in Europe and China. 

Tre G received his master's degree in Global Entertainment and Music Business from Berklee College of Music campus in Valencia, Spain. 

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Tre G Wants To See More Representation Of Black Queer Musicians In St. Louis

Singer-songwriter Tre'von Griffith, better known as Tre G, reclaimed his artistry and identity as a musician earlier this year with his album "As I Am." For a long time, Tre G said he created music he thought others wanted to hear.

STL Singer-Songwriter TreG Brings His Most Authentic Self to Grandel Show

January 4 is a characteristically brisk St. Louis evening, with showgoers filing into the Grandel in Grand Center to escape the cold. Inside, the historic theater is filling rapidly as the ushers direct ticketholders to their respective seats. It's nearly showtime. All the rehearsals leading up to this special performance by St.

St. Louis singer Tre G presents his authentic self with 'As I Am'

St. Louis singer Tre G had no idea that attending Troye Sivan's 2016 concert at the Pageant would change the course of his career. Tre G wasn't familiar with the Australian pop singer when a friend invited him to the show, but he went along anyway to experience something new.