Fredo Santana Biography
(Rapper Known for His Albums ‘Trappin Ain't Dead’ and ‘Fredo Kruger 2’)
Birthday: July 4, 1990 (Cancer)
Born In: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Fredo Santana was an American rapper best known for his successful debut mixtape, ‘Trappin Ain’t Dead,’ in 2013. He was the older cousin of rapper Chief Keef. Born and raised in a poverty-stricken black neighborhood in Chicago, Fredo ventured into drug trade very early in his life. He continued trading drugs for a few years before he joined hands with his cousin, Chief Keef, and embarked into rapping. Fredo was introduced to the world of rapping with the release of Chief Keef’s song ‘I Don’t Like.’ He contributed to its vocals and appeared in its video. In 2012, released his debut mixtape, ‘It’s a Scary Site,’ and following its independent success, released several more mixtapes and established himself as a successful rapper. He rapped about the struggles he faced as a kid and then as a teenager. Despite all the success he attained, he could not stop consuming drugs and eventually died at the age of 27 in early 2018.