Fredo Bang and Polo G “Bless His Soul”

Fredo Bang and Polo G have collaborated on the new track "Bless His Soul." The track is now available via DefJam Recordings
Fredo Bang and Polo G have collaborated on the new track "Bless His Soul."

Fredrick Givens AKA: Fredo Bang, raps about the highs and lows of his life encompass, turning down a scholarship at Texas Southern U, in order to study closer to home, and a stiff jail sentence for aggravated battery that was commuted in 2018. At age 23, the Baton Rouge native’s rhymes have now won the South. He has collabo­ra­ted with YNW Melly, Moneybagg Yo, Kevin Gates and more. Today, the Bayou rapper, has shared his latest track “Bless His Soul,” featuring Polo G.

2018’s 2 Face Bang mixtape put Fredo on the map with the breakout single “Oouuhh” and a streak of hits including “Shootas on the Roof” and “Father.” The street took deeper notice in 2019, with the Big Ape mixtape and a non-stop string of regional single + video hits that included “Oouuh” Remix featuring Kevin Gates, “Gangsta Talk” featuring NLE Choppa, and “Story To Tell” (Remix) featur­ing Moneybagg Yo. Fredo entered into a partnership with Def Jam in the fall 2019. His music rolled on, with with “Face Down” and “Vest Up,” then “Yo Slime,” and “Waitin 4” (with a beat from Hard­body B-Eazy and DJ Chose). Fredo’s next mixtape, Pain Made Me Numb hit in November, with the single + video releases “Cap A Lot” and “Slidin.” April 2020 brought the back-to-back releases of the single + video “Trust Issues,” and Fredo’s fourth mixtape, Most Hated. His next string of new tracks, “Receipts,” “Top,” “Monsters” “Clock Out,” “Second Line,” and “No Security” featuring Kevin Gates pointed the way to In The Name Of Gee (September 2020). Four months later, Still Most Hated, including “Big Steppa” and “Loose Screws (Blues Clues),” arrived as Fredo’s sixth mixtape in less than two and a half years.