Tre-8 (Walter McCallon) was an American rapper from New Orleans who was one of the first artists to release an album for the No Limit/Priority partnership. He grew up in Christopher Homes development in the neighborhood of Algiers, located in the West Bank area of New Orleans. As a high school student, he played in the marching bands of L.B. Landry and O. Perry Walker high schools. His recording career began as a member of the group WestBank Coalition, which included himself (then known as MC P), J' Ro' J, Ice Mike, and T.