The 23-Year Old Baton Rouge Rapper Shares the Latest Song From His Most Hated Mixtape, Which Arrives April 15th via Def Jam Recordings
Fredo Bang, the 23-year old Baton Rouge rapper who overcame a Louisiana jail term to generate some of the most viral street anthems of the past year, keeps the momentum going with “Trust Issues,” his new song arriving today via Def Jam Recordings. The track is released ahead of Fredo’s third mixtape in 11 months, Most Hated, which boasts features from Moneybagg Yo, Lil Baby, and YNW Melly.
“Trust Issues” is the latest salvo in the unbroken string of hit tracks that Fredo has been dropping since last spring 2019, highlighted by “Oouuh,” “Gangsta Talk” featuring NLE Choppa, “Story To Tell” (Remix) featuring Moneybagg Yo, “Face Down,” and “Vest Up.”
In recent weeks, Fredo shared videos for the aggressive “Yo Slime” (3 million views) and the bouncy “Waitin 4,” produced by Hardbody B-Eazy and DJ Chose (1.6 million views).
Fredo’s 20-song mixtape Big Ape dropped in May 2019, hosting hits like “Oouuh,” “Gangsta Talk,” and “Story To Tell” (Remix). Shortly after entering a partnership with Def Jam in the fall, Fredo issued his November 2019 follow-up mixtape Pain Made Me Numb, spanning 16 songs and containing the singles “Cap A Lot” and “Slidin.” Fredo has amassed tens of million of worldwide streams, while his videos have netted over 52 million collected views on YouTube alone.
Prior to the Covid-19 hiatus, Fredo was looking forward to hitting the road as the highest-billed supporting act on Moneybagg’s 26-city cross-country “Time Served Tour,” with dates running from March 19th through May 3rd. Details of the rescheduled tour will be announced in the months ahead.
Buy/Stream “Trust Issues”: https://FredoBang.lnk.to/TrustIssues