Fre$h, a popular Southern artist formerly known as Short Dawg, builds anticipation for a new album with the release of an energetic new song, catchingly-titled “Yea Yeah.” Produced by Lil Rod Made It, Fre$h raps about being young, fly and flashy as he tells his story of the haters trying to knock him off his pivot. For Fre$h, the hate in they blood has no discrimination as he tells personal stories of both men and women taking action against him.
In album mode, the song displays Fre$h undeniable flow as it comes naturally for the mainstay rapper. “The song “Yea Yeah” was originally a freestyle melody,” he says. “I was intending to gather the flow before I crafted my words but as I was freestyling I saw Rodney’s reaction and the words were so clear so we decided to keep it as is. I normally “over rap” so they say this was one of the first times I laid back on the beat and just vibed without my normal punchline & 4-5 syllable rhyme scheme. The energy of the song is what makes it and the transition at the end sealed it for me.”
“Yea Yeah” is a 2021 closer for the established star. Fre$h new single will appear on the upcoming album, Nothing Changed But The Name, a follow to 2020’s March Madness 5. The forthcoming project is scheduled to drop late-2021/early 2022 on Fre$sh own imprint — distributed by Cinq Music.
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FRE$H, formerly known as Short Dawg, is Houston-born and bred. The Southern Flame Spitta is a tenured member of 2 Chainz’s TRU crew and is set to showcase his latest style of music, BARnB, on his latest project frēsh•ism.