Teenaged Gino Marley Coolin On The Block With Fredo Santana In Old Footage

In “Jealous,” Fredo Santana raps, “I’m still with the same n****s I came with/On the block with the same n****s I banged with.”

The lyrics really do hold true for Mr. Santana. Fredo’s right hand man Gino Marley is his day one compadre.

A teenaged Gino appeared in old footage with Fredo during their days on Indiana and 61st.

“061 Dipset, we out here,” Gino says in the footage.

Gino Marley was the first artist signed to Fredo’s new flagship record label Savage Squad Records and collaborated on the dual mixtape “Street Shit.”

Gino recently dropped “Raised In The Streets,” his debut mixtape under Savage Squad. He is now prepping the release of his “Greater Than Great” mixtape in February.

Gino posted an unofficial cover to IG with a caption, reading, “#GreaterThanGreat coming in February #WhoReady??? #notofficalcover.”

Gino is looking to top his past project that featured quality songs, including, “A Lot,” Again” and “Importing.”

Download/stream Gino Marley’s “Raised In The Streets.”

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