Tell us about your latest project!

The latest project that I’ve been working on is due to be released April 28th, 2022. The name of the song is 9-5. The name of the project is very interesting considering it’s named 9-5. I came up with that name because I feel like a lot of people are too serious when it comes to work and I wanted people to understand it’s ok to be serious about your job but you also have to have a little fun.

What is a dream venue for you to perform in?

My dream venue to perform in would be Terminal 5 in New York, I always thought it would be a cool venue to perform in.

What has been keeping you inspired to create recently?

My creative side is always keeping me inspired to create new music. Being a producer you’re always trying to create something new.

What has been the biggest game changer in your career this far?

The biggest game changer in my career thus far has been my Denon cdj’s. Industry standard is Pioneer but I found Denon to be a game changer for me. With Denon I am able to create some great sets and spend a lot of time interacting with my fans at shows.

Who would you say is your biggest cheerleader in your career?

Well I wouldn’t say I have just one cheerleader I would say I have a whole team of cheerleaders. My family is very supportive when it comes to my music career. They are always pushing me to be the best I can.

How important do you think it is for artists to know and understand music history?

I think it’s very important for artists to understand music history. It will take an artist a couple years to actually find their sound. Having knowledge of music makes that process a little easier.

Any upcoming projects you want us to know about?

Yes, as I mentioned before I have a project (9-5) coming out later this month. I also have a project (Good Life) set to be released in June 2022.

Please let everyone know where they can keep up with you and your music!

You can find me on all social media platforms and streaming platforms @TR3AL

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