Fredo Bang, possibly one of the coolest nicknames in the world, is an American rapper and songwriter mostly known for his tracks like “Oouuh” and mixtape titled “Most Hated.” In the music world, there are plenty of venues for success. Fredo happens to be involved in the majority of it as he is able to write his own compositions as well as cover versions of other worldwide rappers like himself.
Just like most people nowadays, social media has been used as a tool to further push their names upwards. With the likes of Billie Eilish and Post Malone also being discovered through SoundCloud, Fredo Bang is no exception. With the help of social media, his compositions skyrocketed to the top––making himself known as one of the most artistic and powerful performers and composers of this generation’s contemporary music.
Fredo Bang, born as Fredrick T. Givens II on the 29th of March, 1996, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, was born to an African-American family. At one year old, his parents got divorced and went on to live with his mother who eventually got married to a cleaning company owner. As for his siblings, he had three half-sisters and fine half-brothers.
At a young age, he was already interested in singing and listening to music. During his high school years, that’s when he blossomed into a performer of his own––participating in singing competitions. Idolizing T-Pain, Destiny’s Child, and Lil Wayne, Fredo Bang cleared his way into the world of immense talent.
Career and Net Worth:
Back in elementary school, he met Gee Money who he would often collaborate with in songs––Gee Money being the rapper. Their resume includes songs like “Rainy Days,” “I-Phone 6,” and “I Love Pu$$y.” Further on, they followed it up with “Who Gone Ride For You” and “Sweet Lady.” Fredo ended 2015 with a bang, releasing “Nothing Wrong” alongside producer B-Real.
In October 2018, Fredo released his debut mixtape “2 Face Bang.” The album includes songs like “Bangville,” “Father,” and most especially “Oouuh”––the song that hit 5 million views as of 2021.
However, things have been downhill since the 10th of September, 2017––the date Da Real Gee Money, or Garrett Burton, was gunned down in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, at just 22 years old. Fredo Bang was in jail that time but he was allowed to view the body but was prevented from attending the funeral. In June 2018, Fredo Bang released the song “Father” as a commemoration.
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It’s true. From social media like Spotify, SoundCloud, and YouTube, major talents have been discovered. Take, for example, Fredo Bang. The 24-year-old has been inclined with music since he was just a kid. At a young age, he worked on his craft alongside Gee Money and other renowned producers and rappers. Now, Fredo Bang is starting to make a name for himself in the rapping scene––not only through his vocal talents, but also through his lyrical genius and composition.
There aren’t many like Fredo, so a young talent like him must always be treasured.