|Fredo Quick Info|
|Date of Birth||March 6, 1994|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Fredo is a British rapper, singer, and songwriter who has released albums like Money Can’t Buy Happiness, Third Avenue, and Independence Day. In addition to that, the musician has also worked on several tracks and mixtapes such as Get Rich or Get Recalled, Ay Caramba (with Stay Flee Get Lizzy & Young T & Bugsey), Change, Funky Friday (with Dave), All I Ever Wanted (ft. Dave), 2 Cups (with Stay Flee Get Lizzy, Popcaan, and Tory Lanez), Netflix & Chill, Hickory Dickory Dock, BMT, What Can I Say, Money Talks, Wandsworth to Bullingdon (ft. Headie One), Tables Turn, Scorpion, Independence Day Freestyle, Talk of the Town, and Back to Basics.
Marvin William Bailey
England, United Kingdom
Fredo attended a school but he was expelled before his GCSEs.
Rapper, Singer, Songwriter
British Hip Hop, Trap, Road Rap
Since 93, RCA Records
6 ft or 183 cm
70 kg or 154.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Note – Fredo has a daughter who was born in 2020.
Race / Ethnicity
Mixed (Black and White)
Fredo is of English and Moroccan descent on his mother’s side while his father is from Barbados.
He has done endorsement work for brands like Kick Game.
- He was raised in Queen’s Park, London.
- He has lived on West London’s Mozart Estate where he was surrounded by gang violence and crime.
- Growing up, Fredo used to listen to Giggs and 50 Cent, stating “I remember I used to bang Get Rich or Die Tryin’ every day”.
- He was once stabbed 4 times on his local high street.
- On February 1, 2019, Fredo released his debut studio album Third Avenue through RCA Records and it included songs like BMT, Property Picking, Survival of the Fittest, They Don’t, Love You for That, Morning, Pray for You, Mmhm, and It’s Like.
- His first studio album was ranked at number #1 on the UK R&B Albums (OCC) chart, at number #5 on the UK Albums (OCC) chart, and at number #28 on the Irish Albums (OCC) chart.
- The song titled Love You for That from Third Avenue is a track dedicated to his mother in which Fredo apologizes for not being the perfect son.
- His 2nd album, Money Can’t Buy Happiness, was released on January 29, 2021, and featured Pop Smoke, Dave, Summer Walker, and Young Adz. Also, the album peaked at number #2 on the UK Albums Chart.
Featured Image by Fredo / Instagram