Fredo Bang has been delivering dope visual after visual from his latest release In The Name Of Gee, which was released this past weekend and sees 14 tracks with appearances from Kevin Gates, Mulatto, Petty Levels, and Seven7Hardaway. This week, he delivers another clip for the album’s closer “In Gee We Trust,” which sees the Baton Rouge artist rapping about his inner demons, hate from loved ones, and more:
“Tryna put one in the coffin, and everytime I go back to the hood, first time I walked a n***a down, was at nineteen, I’m traumatized by the blood in the white tees, told the Lord protect me from what I can’t see/
Ayy, I’ve been prayin’ for my sins, for these felonies, they’ve been dissin’, I’ve been focused on a better me, rappers act likе they want smoke, they’re really scared of me, my ex tried to move on, can’t find another me…/”
The accompanying visual is directed by Jolo and shows Fredo Bang spending the day with his son, playing in the house and taking a trip to Target. It’s a powerful show of affection from a father who’s heart goes out to the child of his fallen friend Gee Money on the track (“I drop a tear every time I see your baby”).
“In Gee We Trust” follows previously released videos for In The Name Of Gee cuts “How It Go,” “No Security,” “Second Line,” “Top,” “Monsters,” and “Receipts.” Prior to the new mixtape, Fredo Bang’s unveiled his debut studio LP Most Hated, which was released back in April. That project saw 12 tracks and assists from Lil Baby, YNW Melly, Moneybagg Yo, CeeFineAss, and Tee Grizzley. His breakthrough mixtape, Pain Made Me Numb, made landfall last November.
Press play on Fredo Bang’s visual for “In Gee We Trust” below.