Fredo Bang has launched a high-energy music video for his latest single, “Bop.” In the clip, the rapper and his crew head to a strip membership armed with tons of of greenback payments as Bang spits, “I don’t dance in the club, I just bop.”
“Bop” comes off the Louisiana native’s newest launch, Two-Face Bang 2, which arrived earlier this month by way of Def Jam Recordings. The 18-track mixtape — the title of which is a play on the title of Bang’s 2018 mixtape, 2 Face Bang — options appearances from Roddy Ricch, YNW Melly, and Sleepy Hallow. The launch follows his 2021’s Murder Made Me and his 2020 debut LP, Most Hated.
In the spring of 2020, Bang topped the May version of Rolling Stone’s Breakthrough 25 chart, pulling in almost 23 million on-demand audio streams in April and topping his March complete by almost 13 million streams because of Most Hated.
Prior to the pandemic, Fredo Bang was set to hit the highway as a help act on Moneybagg Yo’s 26-city cross-country Time Served Tour. Details of the rescheduled tour will likely be introduced quickly.