Tray Chaney Release “YOU PLAYED YASELF” Music Video

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YOU PLAYED YASELF

Rapper/Actor Tray Chaney is most known for his portrayal of KENDRICK in Bounce TVs Number 1 Show “Saints And Sinners”, POOT in the landmark television show “The Wire”, & O in Amazon Prime top 5 film “SECRET SOCIETY” but in the past few years, you might have spotted him on BET Jams, Revolt,  or your favorite online platform as an MC. Having released several music videos on his Dedicated Father Series YouTube page, Chaney has successfully carved out a niche for himself in Hip Hop. 

 Today Tray Chaney unveils the brand new music video “YOU PLAYED YASELF”  Shot Edited, Directed By @iamdonjuan – “YOU PLAYED YASELF” captures Chaney rocking a T-shirt dedicated to his Wire cast member Michael K Williams who recently just transitioned. “Michael was a huge supporter of my Music & always supported me as an Actor/Artist so even though he’s not here in the physical form I wanted to still carry his energy by wearing the T-shirt because he would have wanted me to keep going”. – Tray Chaney

  You Played Yaself shows Chaney spittin bars over the PinkPoloPro produced track sharing a message about how the more successful he becomes the more hate comes with it but it’s not stopping his shine at all. You Played Yaself is an ANTHEM for anyone experiencing jealousy, hate & envy from people who may have been in the same circle but is no longer around. They  basically PLAYED THEMSELVES  

You PLAYED YASELF OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO 

STREAM – You Played Yaself 

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