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Fredo Bang – “Yo Slime”

The Baton Rouge Native and Moneybagg Yo Tourmate Pulls Up With a Posse in an Escalade in His New Video

Barking tough-talking rhymes with a deeply musical delivery, Fredo Bang is the new voice of Southern street rap. Coming through with his latest war cry, Fredo shares Yo Slime.” With a bouncy bassline and trilling flutes, “Yo Slime” finds Fredo warning all comers that he’s not one to be trifled with: “Check it don’t respect it, .40, glock, or Smith-and-Wesson/Last time we used a Drake, we had to teach a b*tch a lesson.” In the video, an iced-out Fredo pulls up to a hotel in his all-white Escalade, mobbing with his posse in the driveway and the hallway. The new video follows Fredo’s official release of “Vest Up,” which has over 3 million views on YouTube.


Earlier this month, Fredo announced that he’s joining Moneybagg Yo as the highest-billed supporting act on the “Time Flies Tour.” After Fredo joins the tour on March 19th in Oklahoma City, the nationwide tour spans 26 dates, stopping in New York on April 6th, Atlanta on April 7th, and Los Angeles on April 15th, before closing out in Memphis on May 3rd. Tickets are available for purchase here.

In 2019, Fredo Bang made major waves in the South and beyond, releasing two mixtapes, dropping hot video after hot video and collaborating with some of the genre’s biggest names. In May, Fredo dropped Big Ape, which featured Fredo’s breakout hit “Oouuh,” as well as “Gangsta Talk,” a tag-team trapper with NLE Choppa, and “Story To Tell” (Remix), featuring tour mate Moneybagg Yo. Shortly after entering a partnership with Def Jam Recordings, Fredo shared the Pain Made Me Numb mixtape, which features singles like “Cap A Lot” and “Slidin.”


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