Fredo Santana talks his rise in the music game in new single “Coming Up.” But the most noteworthy aspect of Fredo’s rise is where he started.
Fredo, who hails from 61st and Indiana, grew up in poverty. Fredo recalled being aware of his predicament at age of 10, demanding answers from his mother who could barely support him.
“I was like, ‘Mama, what the f--- is going on,’” he recalled during an interview with Village Voice.
Fredo grew to become depressed by his living conditions.
“…I’ve always been happy, but I wasn’t happy with the surroundings. My surroundings,” he told Village Voice. “My aunties and my mama and my neighbors. The community. Just the black community. The culture. How it just keep going and keep going. The poverty. All that. I wasn’t happy with that.”
This single will appear of Fredo Santana’s sophomore album “Walking Legend.”
Listen to Fredo’s story on his come up in new single below.
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