With all this talk going around as of late concerning Trinidad James and New York City, Fred The Godson decides to get in on the action and throw in his two cents over Cam’ron and JAY Z’s “Welcome To New York City” instrumental. “N.Y.C. (You’re Welcome)” finds the pudgy emcee defending the city’s honor as he aims a few bars in James’ direction. However, Fred’s latest offering comes off more as a warning than anything else.
New York’s Fred The Godson gives his latest song, “Raise The Bar,” the visual treatment which showcases the husky emcee effortlessly lacing JAY Z’s “Picasso Baby” instrumental. As always, Fred steps up to the plate and shows off his savvy wordplay as he performs in different locations around the city and even brings along some dancers for a few choreographed moves. Check out the wordsmith in action as he plays the camera with his braggadocios rhymes and uses his lazy punch line flow to pay homage to several artists he respects and thinks highly of. “Raise The Bar” will be featured on Fred’s forthcoming Fatboy Fresh mixtape which is currently in the works.
New York’s Fred The Godson is back with a new offering as he takes JAY Z’s “Picasso Baby” instrumental to serve up his own freestyle remix version titled “Raise The Bar.” As always, Fred steps up to the plate and demonstrates just why he’s one of the East Coast’s most promising rising talents. Take a listen as the wordsmith spits braggadocios rhymes about his level of skill and also uses his lazy punch line flow to pay homage to several artists he respects and thinks highly of.
New York bred rapper Fred The Godson is the latest artist to tackle and deliver a remix over Drake’s “Pound Cake” instrumental. Vibe out with The Godson as he shows off his crafty street inspired wordplay, drops his drug infused bars and makes it all look so simple as he makes his listeners decode his messages.
More commonly recognized for his rap battle skills, Loaded Lux delivers a new music video for the soulful cut “You Can” featuring Fred The Godson and Jadakiss. Watch as Lux and company drop slick street inspired bars over the soulful instrumental and break down the struggles they endured while living life out on the block.