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Bit with the Fangs – [CEO Trayle] ft. [Gunna] & [Nechie]

I can’t believe the amount of time that has passed since Young Thug, Gunna, and a handful of other YSL stars have been locked up, and until the system hears us, we’re going to keep preaching the “Free YSL” movement for as long as it takes. With these legends not able to hit the studio, any song that crosses my radar that features any of the YSL crew is an essential listen, so I was beyond excited to find out that CEO Trayle dropped “Bit with the Fangs” featuring Gunna and Nechie. CEO Trayle has been building so much momentum over the last year or two, which is why I have had him on my extensive list of emcees to catch up with, and even though he didn’t end up signing with YSL when Thug asked him last year (he ended up signing with the powerhouse label 10K Projects), his bond with them is stronger than ever, and their chemistry shines in this record. Produced by Stribb and Soulm8, the melody is cloudy but the way the percussion and 808s hit really breathes some ear-catching energy into this hit. Trayle’s scratchy and aggressive delivery catches your attention right off the …

Of Course – [CEO Trayle]

As I get further and further down this rabbit hole that is the music industry, I find myself losing more and more time in terms of listening to some of the hottest acts out. There are just so many underground emcees that steal my attention away from larger artists who are making statements, and while this isn’t something I have a gripe with, it is something that makes me late to the party on various artists. As far as Atlanta’s very own CEO Trayle, he is someone that I have seen pop up on my newsfeed countless times, and while I thought I wasn’t hip to his music, I realized that I had written about a Lil Gotit song he was featured in a while back, and I can’t believe I wasn’t fully encapsulated by him after hearing his latest offering “Of Course”. This track is produced by Stribb and is included on his project The Collection as the closing record, and while this is a tape that I definitely need to listen to in its entirety, the music video for this track is definitely more than enough to get plenty of attention. Directed by Never Panic Films, the ATLien …