West London rapper Fredo has released his new single Hickory Dickory Dock through Since ’93.
The last two years have been an impressive journey for Fredo. With his 2018 mixtape Tables Turn charting at #5 and becoming the fourth biggest UK debut release that year, he followed this with his first #1 single alongside Dave with Funky Friday. Last year he released his #5 charting album Third Avenue and hit single Netflix & Chill, selling out his entire UK and Ireland tour, including two dates at London’s Kentish Town Forum. He also appeared on stage alongside Dave during Stormzy’s headline set at Glastonbury last year to perform Funky Friday.
Following recent release Scorpion, he continues to set the UK rap scene on fire with new single Hickory Dickory Dock produced by Swifta Beata. Unlike the angelic nursery rhyme of the same name, the track features a sinister trap beat and sharp rap flow over the instrumental, which is laid back yet direct in true Fredo style. The performance led video, which launches tonight, echoes the track and sees Fredo rapping in different set-ups, such as a room surrounded by clocks.
As one of the hottest artists in the UK rap scene right now, it is just the start of another exciting year for Fredo and further release news will be announced soon.
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Marvin William Bailey (born 6 March 1995), known professionally as Fredo, is a British rapper, singer and songwriter from Queen’s Park, London. He had a UK number-one single in 2018, with fellow rapper Dave, called “Funky Friday”. Fredo is also a part of the British hip hop collective Harrow Road Boyz.