The West London rapper says the album is his “hardest sh*t so far”, a bold claim considering the love, acclaim and replay value his last project accumulated. Fredo’s last two albums, Third Avenue and Money Can’t Buy Happiness, peaked at No. 5 and No. 2 respectively, housing a number of big hit singles too. The 14-track LP is set to feature Headie One, Suspect, Potter Payper and Clavish, and if Fredo’s resumé is anything to go by, we can expect a flurry of trap and drill bangers intertwined with thought-provoking, yet gritty raps.