Fredo Bang Delivers Bars in His Remix of Roddy Ricch's "The Box"

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Baton Rouge rapper Fredo Bang arrives with a new freestyle in his remix of Roddy Ricch‘s “The Box,” following the debut of his “Vest Up” music video. The chart-topping single originally comes from Ricch‘s debut album Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial from last year, with Fredo maintaining the rapper’s original delivery, albeit with his own twists.

Fredo Bang also gives blessings to his TBG family and fellow member Gee Money, who was gunned down in their hometown of Baton Rouge while he was locked up. The track is also accompanied by some visuals, which show Bang reciting his bars from his house in front of his painting of Freeza from Dragon Ball Z while also playing PlayStation. The freestyle comes off the heels of Fredo Bang’s recently released mixtape Pain Made Me Numb, where he effortlessly reinforces his ability to tough talk and harmonize at the drop of a hat.

Check the footage above for “The Box,” then check Hit-Boy’s The Chauncey Hollis Project.

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