/  12.22.2021

Today, Fredo Bang returns with a new drop titled “Fool 4 Love (Bye Nique),” a heartfelt cut that sees him putting his heart on his sleeve in regards to what sounds like a failed relationship:

Keanna broke my heart, I drunk a pint to help me feel better, when I hurt your feelings I buy a bag and hope you feel better, wonder would you love me if I was broke and I rocked Hilfiger, your friends talked shit about me ’cause they never had a real nigga, keep my guard up, I block you out when you try to pick my brain, he gavе you the fake so having real might comе off to you strange, when we text and conversate I can’t relate, my mind on other things, wanna give you all I got but I been broke, and I can’t give you change…”

Courtesy of his go-to videographer Jolo comes an accompanying clip that sees Fredo rocking some seriously jewelry while essentially pouring his heart out in different locations around what’s presumed to be his residence. Simply put, the video sees the Baton Rouge star following previous drops by keeping things straight-to-the-point.

“Fool 4 Love (Bye Nique),” “Get Back,” and “Don’t Miss” follow the JayDaYoungan-assisted “Many Men,” which made landfall in October. Months prior to that saw Fredo Bang blessing the masses with his latest full-length effort Murder Made Me, which saw 16 tracks with additional features from Polo G, Coi Leray, BIG30, and Mozzy — the project was led by the well-received singles “War Time,” “Bless His Soul,” “Street Team,” and “Gates Flow (Dangerous).” This year also saw Fredo delivering In The Name Of Gee (Still Most Hated), the deluxe edition of last fall’s In The Name Of Gee, which contained collaborations alongside Lil Durk, Moneybagg Yo, Sada Baby, Kevin Gates, and more.

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