Mere months after the release of In The Name Of Gee, Fredo Bang is already back with some new tunes for his fans. This past weekend, the Baton Rouge star dropped off a new visual for “Loose Screws,” which sees production from Bodo Beatz, Karltin Bankz, LondnBlue, and Uno Reyes. As with previous releases, the track sees Fredo Bang rapping about past struggles and current successes:
“Got it out the mud and I wasn’t askin’ for a handout, gangsta from the start, you piss me off, I knock your mans off, bitch I stand on bidness when it’s pressure never ran off, kept my felonies in DOC, I’ll tell you what they can’t ball/
I bought stick after stick, I call blitz after blitz, yeah, heard I dropped that bag, he call my people he won’t quit, yeah, smoke up in the city, we grab dracs and make it fan out, jump up in the crowd, don’t touch my chain, might knock a fan out/”
The visual comes courtesy of Fredo Bang’s go-to director Jolo and shows him and his partners vibing at a residence in different locations, including outside next to a Lamborghini Urus. Fans can also sees footage of Fredo performing in a packed club — whether or not this is was filmed during the quarantine is unknown.
Just prior to the release of “Loose Screws,” Fredo Bang teamed up with Detroit rising star Sada Baby for the DJ Chose-produced cut “Big Steppa,” which continues the street subject matter that both artists have become popular for. The accompanying clip was also directed by Jolo, and shows the collaborators flexing their current spoils with their respective crews on camera.
Fans can press play on “Loose Screws” — and, if you missed it, “Big Steppa” — below. Presumably, a new project from Fredo Bang is in the works for 2021.