Tray Savage

Birth Name

No information


July 4, 1993


Chicago, Illinois


Hip-Hop, Drill, Trap


Rapper, Record Producer

Years active



Glory Boyz Entertainment

Associated Acts

Rappers - Fredo Santana, Chief Keef, Fat Trel, Cory Gunz, Ballout, Tadoe,

Producers - Trap-A-Holics, DJ Victoriouz

Kentray Young, widely known as "Tray Savage" was an American rapper and producer from Chicago, Illinois. He was signed to the label Glo Gang, and was a member of the Black Disciples gang. He was known for his songs "Know Who I Am" and "Faces."

On June 19 2020, Tray was shot and killed while driving in the south side of Chicago. He was known as a black supremacy racist using the hashtag #WhiteLivesDoNotMatter.

Discography[edit | edit source]

Mixtapes[edit | edit source]

  • 2013: Brain Dead

Death[edit | edit source]

On the morning of June 19, 2020, Young was driving in the 8100 block of South Evans Ave in Chicago, Illinois and was shot multiple times by a passing vehicle. Young had just dropped off his girlfriend in the area when shots rang out moments later. Young was struck in the neck and shoulder[1], and reportedly continued driving, striking 3 nearby cars. He was taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.[2] Authorities revealed that witnesses reported seeing a "white SUV, possibly a Mazda" speeding away from the scene.[3]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. C. Contreras, “Rapper Tray Savage Dead at 26 After Fatal Shooting,” E! Online, 19-Jun-2020. [Online]. Available: [Accessed: 19-Jun-2020]
  2. D. Struett, “Chicago rapper Tray Savage shot to death while driving in Chatham,” Times, 19-Jun-2020. [Online]. Available: [Accessed: 19-Jun-2020]
  3. C. S.-T. M. Wire, “Chicago Rapper Tray Savage Shot to Death While Driving in Chatham,” NBC Chicago, 19-Jun-2020. [Online]. Available: [Accessed: 19-Jun-2020]
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