Fredo Bang Biography
Birthday: March 29, 1996 (Aries)
Born In: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Fredo Bang is an American rapper known for his songs "Father", "Thuggin", "Oouuh" and "Shootas on the Roof", all of which have garnered millions of streams across YouTube, Spotify and SoundCloud. Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, he was raised by his mother, a teacher, and stepfather, a cleaning company owner. His parents had divorced when he was a year old, following which his mother remarried. Bang graduated from high school but dropped out of college. He started began making music in 2015 and gained both fame and notoriety for his music. Around this time, he became involved in a violent lifestyle as well and got convicted of attempted second-degree murder, eventually spending two years and six months in prison. While in prison, he worked on honing his music skills and resumed his rapping career after being released. Today, Bang has emerged as a powerful composer and rapper in the contemporary scene. He has accumulated a huge fan base on various social media outlets that continues to grow with passing time. The talented rapper considers rapping a gateway to happiness and peace.