The Top 10 Best Fredo Bang Songs You Should Listen To

The Top 10 Best Fredo Bang Songs You Should Listen To
The Top 10 Best Fredo Bang Songs You Should Listen To

Rapper Fredo Bang joined the list of new-generation rap artists towards the end of the 2010s. Fredo Bang was born Fredrick Dewon Thomas Givens II, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on March 29, 1996. Topping the ranks of the best Baton Rouge-born rappers, Fredo Bang has collaborated with several other rappers in and out of the city.

Some of his collaborations include Kevin Gates, YNW Melly, NLE Choppa, Moneybagg Yo, and Lil Durk. Although he had released a compilation album, Lost Files, in 2018, Fredo Bang released his debut studio album, Most Hated, on April 17, 2020. The album peaked at 110 on the Billboard 200. As a fan of his lyrical genius and creativity, here are the 10 best Fredo Bang songs to add to your playlist.

1. Oouuh

“Oouuh” is a song from Fredo Bang’s mixtape 2 Face Bang. The mixtape was self-released on October 31, 2018. The song was released as a solo and had a remix featuring Kevin Gates. “Oouuh” was certified Gold by the RIAA. On the WorldstarHipHop channel, the song has over 28 million views. On Fredo Bang’s official YouTube channel, the song has over 12 million views. Its remix featuring Kevin Gates has over 8.9 million views.

2. Top (Remix) feat. Lil Durk

“Top” is one of Fredo Bang’s highest-charting song after its release. He featured Lil Durk in its remix. The song is from his mixtape, In the Name of Gee, released by Se Lavi, Def Jam on September 25, 2020. Although the mixtape charted at 40 on the Billboard 200, “Top” was number 1 on Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles. The song was certified Platinum by the RIAA.

3. Trust Issues

“Trust Issues” is the seventh song on Fredo Bang’s debut album, Most Hated. The song was produced by Hardbody B, EazyDJ, and Chose. Although listed as the album’s seventh song, “Trust Issues” was the fourth released single of the album. It was released on April 3, 2020. The song has over 48 million views on YouTube. It was certified Gold by the RIAA. In the song’s remix, Fredo Bang featured NLE Choppa.

4. Father

As the song begins, “This the realest sh-t I ever wrote,” Fredo Bang bears it all out in a cry for help. “Father” was dedicated to Krazy Trey and Da Real Gee Money. These were Baton Rouge-born rappers who Fredo Bang had grown up with. They were both killed in 2017 and 2014. “Father” has over 34 million views on YouTube.

5. No Love (feat. Sleepy Hallow)

“No Love” is the fourteenth song on Fredo Bang’s sixth mixtape, Two-Face Bang 2. The mixtape was released on April 15, 2022, by Se Lavi Productions, Def Jam Recordings. He featured Sleepy Hollow in the song, and was produced by Einer Bankz, SamBeatz, and Iceberg Beatz. As a single, “No Love” was released on March 5, 2022.

6. Brazy (with YNW Melly)

“Brazy” is also from the mixtape Two-Face Bang 2. Yung Lando, Karltin Bankz, LondnBlue, and Uno Reyes produced the song, with YNW Melly on the song. It’s the sixth song on the mixtape, but it was released as a single on April 22, 2022. The song’s official animated music video has had over 4.8 million views.

7. Get Even (feat. Lil Baby)

“Get Even” is the first song on Fredo Bang’s Most Hated studio album (2020). It was produced by Hardbody B, EazyDJ, and Chose and was first released when the album dropped. Although it has no official music video, the audio already has over 7.3 million views on YouTube.

8. Traffic

“Traffic” was produced by DJ ChoseP and Crisco. The song is one of Fredo Bang’s trendiest songs on the Most Hated album. It has received over 17 million views on YouTube.

9. Dawg Gone

“Dawg Gone” is one of Fredo Bang’s most passionately written songs and a tribute to his fellow Baton Rouge rappers, Blvd Quick and Da Real Gee Money. The song tells how Fredo Bang felt hearing of their death. The song is from his mixtape, Big Ape, self-released on April 19, 2019.

10. Free Melly

Although many fans felt “Free Melly” would be mostly about YNW Melly’s case, it still talks about Fredo Bang’s everyday life. He talks about his closeness to Florida-born rappers and how he’s never going to snitch if it comes to it. The song has had over 1.7 million views in about 2 weeks. No matter how anyone feels about Fredo Bang, he’s one of the best passionate rappers of his generation.

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