CEO Trayle, Gunna & Nechie Team Up On “Bit W The Fangs”

Earning the respect of the trap scene with his sly wordplay and sneering delivery, CEO Trayle is Atlanta’s most fearsome rap villain. Like all villains, monsters, and things of ill-repute, Trayle thrives during Spooky Season. Continuing an annual tradition that has inspired some of his best work, CEO Trayle announces Happy Halloween 5, his next mixtape, arriving on its namesake day. The upcoming mixtape features some of Trayle’s most expansive production to date, with contributions from Dun DealOG Parker, Go GrizzlyTrauma Tone, and Trayle’s frequent collaborator Stribb, among many others. Trayle keeps the Halloween theme going on his songs, using his sly wit to present himself as a nightmarish figure to haters and opps across the globe. Happy Halloween 5 arrives on October 31st via Do What You Love, LLC / 10K Projects.

Along with the announcement of the mixtape, CEO Trayle shares Bit With The Fangs,” a collaboration with Gunna and Nechie. “Bit With The Fangs” is the blessing that Trayle received from the YSL superstar, following last year’s hit “OK Cool” (Remix), which racked up tens of millions of streams. Produced by Stribb, who delivers a hazy atmosphere with ominous organ and hard-hitting percussion, the song finds Trayle unfurling elegant triplet flows as he dismisses triflers and haters with a curled smile. Gunna imitates Trayle’s stop-start motion before launching into his hypnotic melodies. Nechie comes through with his high-pitched snarl, while Trayle completes the three-man weave with panache.

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