13 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Fredo has been rising to the top of Britain’s hip-hop pack since debut track “They Ain’t 100” was championed by Drake in 2016, and his second mixtape delivers thrilling confirmation of his talent. Blending triumph and aspiration with unvarnished tales of life on London’s Mozart Estate, his flow is laser-focused throughout—from the tough, eerie “Rappin’ & Trappin’” to the vibrant, Afrobeats-flavored “Change.” On “Keep It Real” he stands shoulder to shoulder with New York’s Desiigner and Dave East, displaying the skill and ambition to take his career well beyond the bounds of UK rap.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Fredo has been rising to the top of Britain’s hip-hop pack since debut track “They Ain’t 100” was championed by Drake in 2016, and his second mixtape delivers thrilling confirmation of his talent. Blending triumph and aspiration with unvarnished tales of life on London’s Mozart Estate, his flow is laser-focused throughout—from the tough, eerie “Rappin’ & Trappin’” to the vibrant, Afrobeats-flavored “Change.” On “Keep It Real” he stands shoulder to shoulder with New York’s Desiigner and Dave East, displaying the skill and ambition to take his career well beyond the bounds of UK rap.

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About Fredo

London-based grime MC Fredo focuses his lyrics on his drug-dealing lifestyle, the streets that he calls home, and all the money he's made. Hailing from London's infamously tough Mozart Estate, Fredo was considered one of the leading figures in the notorious London gang Harrow Road Boys. He practiced his craft as an MC for years, before emerging in 2016 with the single "They Ain't 100." The track immediately garnered attention, including a small co-sign from Drake, who featured the track in his 30th birthday mix on OVO Sound Radio. The same year he released two further singles, "Trapspot" and "Pattern Gang," before appearing on Kojo Funds and Abra Cadabra's hit single "Dun Talkin [Remix]" alongside Yxng Bane, Frisco, and JME. In 2017 Fredo escalated the hype he had already received, releasing his third single, "Get the Pot," early in the year, quickly followed by his debut appearance on Charlie Sloth's Fire in the Booth, both in preparation for his debut full-length, Get Rich or Get Recalled, which was released independently in March of that year.

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