Chief Keef, Andy Milonakis & Fredo Santana Turn Up In The Studio
Chief Keef Feat. Andy Milonakis & Fredo Santana
The most surprising feature on Chief Keef's recent mixtape Sorry 4 the Weight is the comedian Andy Milonakis. What's more, Andy's a decent rapper and his outrageous punchlines gel spot on with Keef's unrelenting drill. Now, you can watch some hilarious behind-the-scenes footage of the S4TW sessions.
Fredo Santana Feat. Chief Keef "Dope Game" Video
Fredo Santana Feat. Chief Keef
Fredo Santana dropped the Chief Keef-featuring "Dope Game" last November, and today, he and Sosa have shown up in a heavily turnt up video to their auto-tuned banger. "Dope Game" is one of two videos Fredo dropped today, the other being the solo cut, "How You Want It."
Soulja Boy Feat. Fredo Santana & Tadoe "Turn Up" Video
Soulja Boy Feat. Fredo Santana & Tadoe
Soulja Boy links up with members of the GBE crew, Fredo Santana and Tadoe, and drops visuals for their track 'Turn Up". How did Fredo Santana, Tadoe do on this video? Thoughts? Did y'all catch Soulja Boy's latest visual for Soulja Boy "Welcome to my House: Soulja Boy [Part One]" Video?
Fredo Santana Feat. Lil Durk "All I Ever Wanted" Video
Fredo Santana Feat. Lil Durk
Fresh off the release off his Walking Dead mixtape, Chicago drill scene rapper, Fredo Santana, continues to promote his newly-released project. Today, Fredo decides to drop off the official video for the Metro Boomin-produced cut “All I Ever Wanted” featuring fellow Chi-town homie Lil Durk. Directed by Paul John and Midnight Cinema, the video features both Chiraq artists cruising the mean streets of Chicago, with flashes of money and drugs being the driving force behind its theme.
Fredo Santana "Pass Me My Double Cup" Video
Last month, Fredo Santana dropped off his follow-up to last year's Walking Legend, Ain't No Money Like Trap Money, and today he's shared a videos for the tape's "Pass Me My Double Cup." In the clip, he sips copious amounts of lean, smokes blunts and pays a visit to Chicago's iconic fried ch
Fredo Santana Feat. Gino Marley & SD "Want A Nigga Dead" Video
Fredo Santana Feat. Gino Marley & SD
Fredo Santana recruits fellow Chicago natives Gino Marley and SD for a new video from his "trappin Ain't Dead" mixtape. Produced by 808 Mafia.Experience Fredo Santana Feat. Gino Marley & SD "Want A Nigga Dead" Video, a new offering from Fredo Santana, which was released on Friday, January 24th, 2014. Things are looking better for Fredo Santana with each new release, which Fredo Santana Feat. Gino Marley & SD "Want A Nigga Dead" Video has proven yet again. It's worthy addition to the impressive body of work Fredo Santana has been developing over the years.
Fredo Santana "How You Want It" Video
Fredo Santana comes correct today, dropping two new videos.
Fredo Santana Feat. Lil Herb & Capo "Always " Video
Fredo Santana Feat. G Herbo & Capo
Fredo Santana pops up today with a new music video for his collaboration with Lil Herb and Capo, "Always." The video was shot by Zae, as we've been accustomed to with most of Chief Keef visuals and the visuals for his affiliates. The video is pretty basic, as Fredo Santana sips lean, smokes weed, and chills with his homies mixed in with some slow motion clips.
Fredo Santana "OG Bobby Johnson (Freestyle)" Video
As we reported earlier today, Fredo Santana is working his family Chief Keef on a joint album, possibly titled Blood Thicker Than Water. He keeps things going this afternoon, dropping off the official music video for his own version of Que's "OG Bobby Johnson." The rapper is also vying for a spot in the 2014 XXL Freshmen list. Do you think he should be chosen?
Fredo Santana Feat. Maxo Kream "Big Homies" Video
Fredo Santana & Maxo Kream
If you enjoyed Fredo Santana's lean-induced shenanigans in his "Pass Me My Double Cup" video from the beginning of the summer, you will also enjoy its spiritual brother, "Big Homies," the latest video from Santana and his down-south homie Maxo Kream.
Fredo Santana Feat. Fat Trel "Fukk Deez Bitchez" Video
Fredo Santana Feat. FAT TREL
New Video from GBE's Fredo feat DMV heavyweight Fat TrelWho else would you like to have seen on this video? Are y'all feeling this one? Peep the new visual for Fredo Santana's Fredo Santana "Fredo Santana Interview (Pushin The Blow)" Video.
Fredo Santana Feat. Ballout "Up Them Poles" Video
Fredo Santana Feat. Ballout
Fredo Santana and Ballout release a video for "Up Them Poles."Was the inclusion of Ballout a good call? Let us know what you think, folks. Check out the latest video from Fredo Santana, Fredo Santana Feat. Fat Trel "Fukk Deez Bitchez" Video.
Fredo Santana "Fuck The Other Side" Video
Chicago driller Fredo Santana has been getting quite a bit of mileage off of his Walking Legend tape, released back in July. His roll continues with a video for the Will A Fool-produced "Fuck The Other Side," which was included on that aforementioned tape.
Fredo Santana Feat. Tadoe "I Just Might" Video
Fredo Santana Feat. Tadoe
Glory Boyz Entertainment's own Fredo Santana comes at us with some visuals for the track "I Just Might" featuring Tadoe. It's more of the same from the self-proclaimed trap lord, but for fans of the GBE rapper from the wintry streets of Chicago that's not really a bad thing at all.
Fredo Santana "No Hook" Video
Fredo Santana comes through today with a new visual for "No Hook," produced by Lex Luger. Look out for his upcoming project "Trappin Aint Dead."Check out Fredo Santana "No Hook" Video, the latest visual from Fredo Santana, released on Thursday, October 3rd, 2013. Fredo Santana continues to impress with each new leak, and Fredo Santana "No Hook" Video is no exception. It's strengthens Fredo Santana's already impressive body of work, which has seen positive change over the years. We're most definitely anticipating Fredo Santana's next offering.
Fredo Santana "10 Minutes" Video
Fredo Santana has shared the video to his new track "10 Minutes," which he dropped at the end of December. Like most of Fredo's videos, there's lots of cash, lean, and gas-filled backwoods. Over production from Hurt Boy and Mexiko Dro, the Chicago rapper rattles off everything he can do in "10 Minutes," the time it takes for shit to get lit in Fredo's world.
Fredo Santana "Half Of It" Video
Revisiting last Summer’s Walking Legend mixtape, Fredo Santana decides to come through tonight and release a new video for his Young Chop-produced track Half Of It”. Directed by Nick Brazinsky, the black & white video is pretty much entirely made up of Fredo breaking down his weed and smoking his blunt while reminiscing on his come up. It follows up last month’s release “Bricks”, which you can listen to right here.
RondoNumbaNine Feat. Fredo Santana "Trap Spot (Remix)" Video
RondoNumbaNine Feat. Fredo Santana
RondoNumbaNine drops off a new visual for his ‘Trap Spot’ remix featuring Fredo Santana.Stream RondoNumbaNine Feat. Fredo Santana "Trap Spot (Remix)" Video, the latest video from RondoNumbaNine, which dropped on Friday, November 8th, 2013. RondoNumbaNine's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and RondoNumbaNine Feat. Fredo Santana "Trap Spot (Remix)" Video will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since RondoNumbaNine debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up.
Fredo Santana "Trap Boy/Traphouse" Video
Fredo Santana puts his ski mask on in his latest visual. The track appears on his recent "Trappin' Ain't Dead" mixtape.Watch Fredo Santana "Trap Boy/Traphouse" Video - it's the latest video from Fredo Santana, having dropped on Monday, January 6th, 2014. Fredo Santana's musical situation is improving with every new release, and Fredo Santana "Trap Boy/Traphouse" Video will most definitely help the cause. It's a fine addition to the growing body of work Fredo Santana has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're looking forward to what Fredo Santana has in store.
Fredo Santana "Better Play It Smart" Video
Fredo Santana decides to revisit last month’s 808 Mafia-produced record “Better Play It Smart” and release its official video for it today via WSHH. With a blunt in hand, Fredo stunts hard for the cameras next to his BMW in this simplistic, Nick Brazinsky-directed clip above. Nothing we haven’t seen before from the Chi-town rapper, but it’ll definitely do. Check it out.