Fredo Santana, born Derrick Coleman, is a rapper hailing from Chicago Illinois. He is the cousin of fellow rapper Chief Keef, and has released several mixed tapes and full-length studio album. In his relatively short musical career, he has built a net worth of about $3 million.
- Name: Fredo Santana
- Birth date: July 4th, 1990
- Hometown: Chicago, Illinois
- Profession: Rapper
- Networth: $3 Million
Musical and Personal Style
Fredo Santana is known for his trap music, which is defined by ominous, gritty lyrics referencing to the harsh and sometimes violent street life of rough suburban areas. Adding to his image, Santana is known for his tattoos, including one on his forehead.
Santana has released several mixed tapes, the first being available in 2012 including a guest appearance by his cousin, Chief Keef. His second mixed tape, Fredo Kruger, featured appearances by Soulja Boy, Lil’ Reese and others. It would later be available for sale on iTunes. He also released a full-length studio album, Trappin Ain’t Dead in late 2013, with a guest appearance from Kendrick Lamar.
Fredo Santana was also featured in the music video for Drake’s “Hold On, We’re Going Home” where he played the part of a bad guy kidnapping Drake’s girlfriend.
Santana has released several more mixed tapes as well.
Several of Fredo Santana’s songs have enjoyed moderate success:
- I Need More ( Featuring Young Scooter )
- Bird talk
- Jealous ( Featuring Kendrick Lamar )
- It’s Only Right
Fredo Santana’s net worth of $3 million is impressive given his moderately successful musical career. While his cousin, Chief Keef, deals with legal troubles, Santana’s popularity appears to be growing which will help him add to net worth in the years to come.
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