Fredo Bang is on a roll. Back in January, he liberated his latest body of work In The Name Of Gee (Still Most Hated), which acts as the deluxe edition to last September’s In The Name Of Gee. Overall, the project saw 25 dope cuts with assists from Lil Durk, Sada Baby, Rylo Rodriguez, Kevin Gates, Latto, Da Real Gee Money (the late artist that the album pays tribute to), and more. Since then, the Baton Rouge star has released loose singles like “Click Up,” “H2O” with DJ Chose, “Don’t Stop Believing,” and “Oppanese.”
This week, Fredo delivers a new single titled “Slow Roll It,” a Yung Tago and Yung Lando-produced effort that seems to be inspired by classic soul, with the young talent crooning about some adult activities with the love of his life:
“I met this pretty little thang, she taught me how to take my time in it, pussy real good, I only lasted about five minutes, shot the club up last light, I pulled up, did a crime in it, they talkin’ ‘bout my glizzy, but I popped a whole nine in it, I’m a prick, I’ma fuck you ‘til you lazy, that shit so good, I’m asking, ‘can we have a baby’…”
In addition to In The Name of Gee, 2020 also saw Fredo Bang liberating his official debut album Most Hated, a 12-track body of work that saw contributions from Lil Baby, YNW Melly, Tee Grizzley, Moneybagg Yo, and CeeFineAss. Since then (and even now), Fredo’s remained rather prolific as a featured artist, appearing on tracks like Yung Sculla’s “Lullaby,” Lit Yoshi’s “Again,” Willy Weave’s “Fallen Soldiers,” Breadwinner Kane’s “Bodies,” LBS Kee’vin’s “Soul Burden,” Blvd Mel’s “Bottom Bash,” and Deuce Uno’s “448 (Remix),” among many others.
Fans can enjoy Fredo Bang’s new melodic offering below.