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Breaking: Infamous British Emcee Fredo ‘Feels Like Andrew Tate’ On ‘Top G’ – His First Single Since Dubai Prison Release

British emcee Fredo, born Marvin William Bailey, has released his first solo rap record since prison release. The infamous “Toxic Trait” rapper, who returned home earlier this year after he was reportedly sentenced to five years in Dubai prison for “drug possession”, has premiered his rather controversial single “Top G” produced by Mason X Beats & JJ Beatz.

Across the flagrant rap record, Fredo discusses his “rumoured sentence” and compares himself to Andrew Tate. As per the NYT, the notorious online influencer faces criminal accusations over sexual misconduct in two separate cases and “has gained a large online following by marketing a brand of antagonistic masculinity tied to lavish displays of wealth.”

Besides breaking his silence over imprisonment, Fredo further drops braggadocious bars about his top-tier British rap life.

“We make them sit down
We make ’em retreat while I’m sittin’ down in Mercedes pickin’ out the suede’s for the seats
So many of my n—- sittin’ down in cages for heats
I try and tell them, “Slow down”, it’s like a race to defeat
But when it comes to watch faces, I ain’t racist, my G
White faces, chocolate faces, more mixed races than me,”
Fredo raps on “Top G”.

Ahead of the single, Fredo shared an exclusive preview with his ardent fans via Instagram. Check out the preview and the track artwork below.

“Top G” arrives alongside a massive visual treatment. Directed by Toxic, the cut features appearances by Clavish and Dutch footballer Quincy Promes.

Reportedly, Promes was arrested in Dubai in March this year at the request of Dutch authorities. As per a Dutch court, the infamous athlete had been “directly involved with the shipments of 1,360kg of cocaine from Brazil through the port of Antwerp, Belgium, to the Netherlands in two shipments in 2020”.

Watch the “Top G” visual cut below.

With the release of “Top G”, the British rapper now nears his debut single with legendary Punjabi emcee Sidhu Moose Wala and “The Playlist” producer Steel Banglez.

Titled “Attached”, the single was first announced by the British-Punjabi producer last summer and will mark Moosa’s another top-tier posthumous rap record. 

Moosa was recently remembered by AP Dhillon amidst his historic live set at the Coachella Festival. Watch below if you haven’t yet.

Look out for “Attached” by Sidhu Moose Wala, Fredo & Steel Banglez this year.

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Stream ‘Top G’ by Fredo via Spotify below.