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CEO Trayle Recounts Past With ‘Vier’ EP




CEO Trayle‘s smooth flows and deliberately-paced delivery force listeners to pay attention to every word. Rewarding listeners for their close attention, 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. The rapper explored his trauma and expressed gratitude for the little things on his recent single July The Fourth,” the EP’s closing track. Released alongside a Q&A with The FADERVier EP is available everywhere via Do What You Love, LLC / 10K Projects.

Though the EP is informed by trauma, it is not all doom and gloom. It kicks off with DrillC4,” on which Trayle tries his hand on a drill instrumental  without losing his signature style. The new EP is home to Send My B*tch,” a sinuous ride-or-die anthem about a modern day Bonnie & Clyde. On “Send My B*tch,” Trayle goes toe-to-toe with Enchanting, a similarly soft-spoken rapper from The New 1017, bragging about his partner-in-crime’s facility with illicit activities.

Source: Audible Treats