Tr1ll (tr?ll) 1. acronym for The Real ones Last Longer, 2. short for trilogy (the force behind the spirit, the mind, and the music). 3. synonym for trinity (a group of three closely related members). Raw Hip Hop. The perfect blend of hard beats backed by live instruments. Lots of creative flows, strong punch-lines, and unforgettable hooks. Subjects range from the streets, politics, the industry, and females (never gets boring). If you were to merge N.W.A with Public Enemy or Outkast with Mobb Deep you would get Tr1ll. Two active members (Boss Whyte & Vision), one honorary member (Ace Kavolier). Boss (the oldest group member) has been rhyming for over 10 years. After High School he interned briefly with Def Jam and took courses in music publishing. Lack of finances prevented Boss from pursing his degree in marketing and he eventually got caught up in the streets. After several close calls with the law, a few funerals and numerous trips upstate to visit friends in prison, Boss decided to make a change. In 1998, he moved to Atlanta to escape the negativity and to pursue his Hip Hop dreams full time. Vision spent most of his early years living in and out of foster homes, various shelters, and the projects in Waterbury and Hartford, Connecticut. After receiving his GED he enlisted in the Air Force and was stationed in Japan. After being discharged early and not wanting to go back to Connecticut he decided to test his luck in Atlanta. Boss and Vision became cool after always running into each other at several local Hip Hop clubs. Realizing they both shared a love for music Boss convinced Vision (who had never rapped before) into being his partner. After teaching Vision how to flow Boss got his younger brother Ace, who still lives in New York to get down, thus forming Tr1ll. Ace (the youngest of the three) is also a solo artist. Ace is unable to be in Atlanta due to legal issues, but records with the group whenever possible and is actively working the underground circuit in New York.