5th October 2022 — Free Thug is a three-song extended play (EP) released by Fredo Bang last week. It is a statement of solidarity for Young Thug, YNW Melly, Lit Yoshi, and Spinna Mitch, who are all serving prison time. The album’s title track, “Fall From Grace,” was produced by Hardbody B-Eazy and Hardbody Heero and featured Fredo and his contemporaries spitting bars about those who wish them ill.
Fredo Bang and a marching band from Nicholls State University in Louisiana appear in the music video for “Free Thug,” directed and shot by BenMarc. The clip, which is uncomplicated but effective, is ideal for use throughout the homecoming season.
Released in April under his true name, Fredo Bang’s Two-Face Bang 2 is the follow-up to the rapper’s 2018 debut album. There were 19 tracks on Two-Face Bang 2, with extra contributions from many famous names like Roddy Ricch, Rob49, and many others. Before that, in 2021, he released an album called Murder Made Me, which featured collaborations with artists such as Polo G, Coi Leray, BIG30, and Mozzy.
Besides his works, Fredo has contributed to current songs like “Glow Up” by Calboy, “Astronaut Status” by Trapland Pat, “Set Up” by Lil Zay Osama, and “Big Poppin” by Lil PJ. Free Thug and the video of the same name linked below can be accessed by pressing play.