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MoneyBagg Yo – Time Served

Today, hip-hop artist MoneyBagg Yo announced the release of his highly-anticipated, third studio album, Time Served, via N-Less Entertainment/Interscope Records. The new album includes collaborations with Future, Da Baby, Lil Baby, Megan thee Stallion, Summer Walker, Fredo Bang and more.

Listen to Time Served by Moneybagg Yo HERE.

MoneyBagg Yo first premiered the lead single from Time Served – “All Dat” (with Megan Thee Stallion) – in Oct. 2019 and the song quickly amassed over 10 million streams on Spotify. Earlier this month, he unveiled his latest single “U Played (featuring Lil Baby),” which was produced by multiplatinum producer Tay Keith.

Time Served marks MoneyBagg Yo’s first full-length project since 43va Heartless, which debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 in May 2019. The album included appearances from Offset, Lil Durk, and Kevin Gates as well as the gold-certified single “Dior” feat. Gunna.

Earlier this week, Bagg also announced that he signed a management deal with Roc Nation.

 

Introducing Rising Rapper Fredo Bang

Buzzing Louisiana rapper, Fredo Bang, makes Def Jam debut with “Oouuh” and “Gangsta Talk“. Here is what major players of the Hip-Hop industry think about him.

“With the 2015 arrest that threatened to derail his rising career now decidedly in the rearview, Fredo is back with a newfound sense of purpose: more viral, more hardworking, and more determined to advance than ever before.”
– Fader

New Gen Winter 2019
“His city’s favored up-and-comer and its most versatile rising act. Songs like ‘No Mo’ show his penchant for soul-searching narratives and music-as-medicine melodies; the success of ‘Oouuh’ proves he has a one-of-a-kind ability to reach all sides of the hip-hop and R&B spectrum.”
-Hypebeast

“Known for his tales of life in the streets, the rapper behind records like “Story to Tell” and “Oouuh” shows just how it goes down in his hometown”

-XXL

About Fredo Bang

Born and raised in Baton Rouge, Fredo Bang started to record music in 2013 when he was 15-years-old. Tragedy struck a year later with the loss of his best friend, who was a local rapper in the neighborhood. Since then, the rising star used the nickname that his best friend had given him and hit the ground running. In 2016, Fredo was jailed for attempted murder. Things looked dim. But in 2018, Fredo was released on parole after taking a 7-year sentence, and released his 2 Face Bang album, taking his city by storm. He became an overnight sensation. A series of catchy songs like “Shootas On The Roof” and “Father” amassed millions of views, but it was Fredo’s breakout song “OOUUH” that propelled him to be an artist to watch, with the record getting significant radio play and video views on BET & REVOLT. With over 130 million streams across all platforms, Fredo Bang is ready to bust out of Baton Rouge and take the industry by storm.