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In the latest The FADER x WAV Present Frequencies doc, the Baton Rouge rapper explains how he overcame his past.

In a new The FADER x WAV Present Frequencies mini-doc, filmed seven months after his release, Fredo Bang shows us the Baton Rouge environment that produced him, goes on a Popeyes run for his grandmother, and visits the gravesite of his friend and fellow rapper Gee Money, who was killed in 2017 while Fredo was still behind bars. Through it all, he emphasizes the lessons he’s learned that are helping him move far beyond his past. “Before I went to jail I feel like my pride was in the way of a lot of stuff,” he says. “It still is, but I done broke it a lot. I don’t follow nobody else.”

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CREDITS
Produced by The FADER
Director: Chloe Campion

Executive Producers: Rob Stone, Jon Cohen, Andy Cohn, Anthony Holland, Scott Perry
Senior Production Manager: Madison LaClair
Associate Producer: Claire Lilly

Director of Photography: Chris Gill
Assistant Camera: John-Carlo Monti
Production Assistant: Lauren Hémard
Sound Recordist: Pro Audio Nola
Photographer: Sarrah Danziger
Editor: Zack Khalil
Title Animations: Nikhil Shah
Colorist: Colin Travers of Forager TV
Sound Mix:Jake Viator
Archival Thanks To Brandon Singleton of Str8UpEntertainment

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