Currently, Fredo Bang is said to be getting prepared for the release of his latest project Murder Made Me, and has already blessed the masses with a slew of tracks from the forthcoming release. Today, he connects with Polo G for the melodic cut “Bless His Soul,” a Hardbody B-Eazy and DJ Chose-produced offering that sees the two stars harmonizing about about those in the streets that stand tall — even at the risk of losing their life or freedom:
“Woadie got a body, he ain’t tell nobody, he stuck to the code, hope God bless his soul, right hand on the Bible, tell the lie straight to the judge, just ‘cause he ain’t never fold, hope God bless his soul, ain’t gotta drop a bag, got niggas to do that shit for free, ain’t gotta spend a band, got niggas to do that shit for me, got a house up in the ‘burb, my mama house still in the streets…”
Back in 2020, Fredo Bang liberated his official debut album Most Hated, which saw him alongside the likes of Lil Baby, YNW Melly, Moneybagg Yo, and Tee Grizzley. mere months later, fans got another full-length masterpiece titled In The Name of Gee — not content on stopping, Fredo would later add on a deluxe edition titled In The Name Of Gee (Still Most Hated), essentially another album’s worth of bangers that altogether saw contributions from Kevin Gates, Latto, Lil Durk, Sada Baby, Rylo Rodriguez, late artist Da Real Gee Money, and more.
Meanwhile, XXL Freshman alum Polo G earned his first number one placement with June’s Hall of Fame, edging out Migos’ long-awaited Culture III thanks to 143,000 first-week album equivalent units. Prior to that, he dropped of the well-received sophomore LP The Goat last year.
Press play on the video for “Bless His Soul” below.