Photo: “Bottom Bash” video screenshot
  /  04.29.2021


Blvd Mel has just unleashed his freshly dropped music video for “Bottom Bash” and he made sure to tap in with Fredo Bang for the assist. The visual sees the two linking up in the front yard and vibing out in their natural setting. Blvd Mel opens up the track, using repetition to make his presence on the song known:

I’m off the boulevard but I’ll bottom bash a n***a, bottom bash a n***a, bottom bash a n***a/

You n***as know how it go, it get deeper and deeper, I’m tryna crease you, like the king cleaners/ I’m tryna clean ya, and wipe your nose and your feet/ When I hit em pull up in that jeep

The new single follows Mel’s 2021 track “Stay Dangerous.” Most recently, Fredo shared a brand new visual for “Don’t Stop Believing.” Earlier this year, Fredo Bang released In The Name Of Gee (Still Most Hated), the deluxe edition of last year’s In The Name Of Gee that sees 10 additional tracks and new collabs with Lil Durk, Moneybagg YoSada Baby, Rylo Rodriguez, Lit Yoshi, and Treety. In terms of visuals we’ve received prior to this, Fredo Bang also dropped off “Soul Cry” and “Top” featuring Lil Durk and “Doin’ My Time” featuring Moneybagg Yo.

In The Name of Gee was released back in September, boasting 15 cuts and also sees collaborations with Kevin Gates, Mulatto, Petty Levels, and late rapper Da Real Gee Money, which the album title pays tribute to. Last year also saw Fredo’s official debut LP Most Hated, a 12-track body of work featuring Tee Grizzley, Moneybagg, Lil Baby, YNW Melly, and more.

Be sure to press play on Blvd Mel’s brand new music video for his track “Bottom Bash” featuring Fredo Bang down below.

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