Atlanta’s CEO Trayle Processes The Past in ‘Vier’ EP & Recruits Enchanting For New Video “Send My B*tch”

Speaking softly and carrying many sticks, Atlanta’s CEO Trayle‘s smooth flows and deliberately-paced delivery force listeners to pay attention to every word. The rapper also known as Mr. Back Door shares Viera new EP that further establishes him as one of the slickest and most versatile rappers in the ATL scene. The title of the EP translates into the number four in German, a number with mythical and historical significance in Trayle’s life–beyond being the source for his explosive nickname C4. Nine years ago, on July 4th, Trayle suffered seven gunshot wounds as he successfully fought off an attempted home invasion. Trayle survived, but he suffered emotional scars that he still processes every day.

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CEO Trayle AKA Mr. Backdoor Drops”DrillC4″ Off Upcoming Project

CEO Trayle specializes in sly slick talk, packing his bars with wit and wry menace on new banger DrillC4.”

Trayle’s heart is in The South but he was born in the Bronx, New York, and he lived there for the earlier part of his childhood. Though he’s trying his hand a sound popular in Chicago, NY, and the UK, the focus remains firmly on Trayle’s hometown of Atlanta. The music video for the track is off his upcoming EP “Vier,” coming this Friday, July 29th.

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CEO Trayle Commemorates a Traumatic Anniversary on “July The Fourth” Visual

For many, July 4th is a celebratory occasion, but for CEO Trayle, the holiday has a much deeper meaning. Nine years ago on July The Fourth, Trayle suffered seven gunshot wounds as he successfully fought off an attempted home invasion. Trayle survived, but he suffered emotional scars that he still processes every day. Unpacking his trauma and expressing his gratitude for all he has, Trayle releases July The Fourth,” a soulful new single.

Produced by Twysted Genius, “July The Fourth” layers lush strings and triumphant brass, creating a pastoral canvas for the CEO paint a pain-stricken Picasso. 

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ATL’s Latest Hot Stepper CEO Trayle Is Back, “Of Course”Video

Atlanta’s rising rapper CEO Trayle specializes in sordid street tales and fearsome flexes. Patiently reminding the world about things they should already know, Trayle proves he’s not one to be trifled with on Of Course,” his new music video. Produced by fellow Atlantan B Stribb, “Of Course” finds Trayle taking his time as he tiptoes around rippling piano and whirring synths, emphasizing different pockets in the beat every time he switches his flow.

In the video, Trayle creeps the streets of NYC in a blacked-out Rolls Royce. The opulence resembles Bruce Wayne, but his demeanor is more like The Joker. “Of Course” showcases Trayle’s cool-headed, cautionary lyrics that shine bright as his chains in the 42nd street lights. This standout visual comes from his sinister new project, The Collection.

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