Fredo Santana Says He Is The King Of Chicago In ‘Jealous’

Fredo Santana’s single ‘Jealous’ featuring Kendrick Lamar is growing more popular by the day. The track appears on Fredo’s upcoming debut album “Trappin Ain’t Dead.”

The single is steadily building buzz surrounding the LP. Even more noteworthy is Fredo proclaiming the throne of the Windy City.

In “Jealous,” Fredo raps, “Fredo, I’m the king of Chicago.”

All eyes are currently on Chicago’s bustling music scene. The city boasts a talented bunch, including Chief Keef, SD, King Louie, P. Rico, Lil Jay, FBG Duck, Billionaire Black, Swagg Dinero, Lil Mister and M.I.C., to name a few.

It is hard to decide who has the rightful top spot in Chicago’s Hip Hop scene. There are many artists who bring a unique style and talent to the table.

Fredo’s album had an initial release date of Oct. 31, but has since been pushed back. No word on the new release date.

Is Fredo Santana the rightful heir to Chicago’s throne? Sound off below

Listen to Fredo Santana’s “Jealous” single featuring Kendrick Lamar

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