Featured Video: Fresh Squad debuts “F*ck That Nigga!”

| October 28, 2010 | 0 Comments

Fresh Squad

We know there’s someone that you want to tell to go f*ck off and of course we have been there many times too but just couldn’t find the right words. Atlanta’s rap trio Fresh Squad has come up with a unique but decisive way in getting that point across. Ladies & gentlemen we present to you “Fuck that Nigga” by the group Fresh Squad . Let us know what you think about the video below.

If·you happened to catch one of Soulja Boy Tell Em’s dynamic stage shows or energetic videos, you are already a fan of Atlanta-based dance/ rap clique·Fresh·Squad·without even knowing it. Made up of G-Money (17), DJ Refugee (18) and Young Redd (17), this talented trio has been keeping concerts and videos super charged with their awe-inspiring dance moves since they first formed as a group two years ago.

“It’s thrilling- like I’m floating,” says G-Money. “Looking out in the audience and to see all of those people is amazing. I can’t believe it’s me on TV.”

It all started when the threesome won a school talent competition during their sixth grade year. Their momentum landed them slots as backup dancers in Atlanta rapper Yung Joc’s “Going Down” video and videos for DJ Unk’s “Walk It Out” and “Two Step.” But their careers really took off after they posted a routine to the tune of Soulja Boy Tell Em’s anthem “Crank Dat” on YouTube.com and pulling in more than 300,000 hits.

They garnered so much attention that Soulja Boy re-shot the video all over again to include a scene with Fresh Squad. In addition, Soulja Boy enlisted them as his official on-stage backup dancers. Since, they have appeared on Showtime At the Apollo, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Last Call with Carson Daily, Live with Regis and Kelly, and a stand-up performance at 2007 BET Hip Hop Awards, the Dirty Awards.  Appearing in current hit videos like, Soulja Boy’s, Shoot-Out, VIC, “Get Silly, And VIC new single hit, Wobble.

“I’m the shortest one out of the group,” says Redd, “but when I’m on stage performing, I feel 10 feet tall.”

Being in the limelight is something they have gotten used to, their new indie single “Get On Your Tippy Toe” has taken off as intended. But just because they dress with finesse, dance with featherweight agility and rap as well, they are all honor roll students and abide a code of contract that they all signed where they are accountable for what they do and say. Their fan base is nation- wide from Midwest stations spinning their new hit single, “Get On Your Tippy Toe”,WNHT, 96.3 DJ Keesh Show, back to the south. Youtube videos emulating moves from the Fresh Squad, of all races showing an unyielding amount of support to the “Fresh Squad Boys.”

“My life is just going down a road of success that I could never have dreamed,” Refugee admits. “I could never have imagined being a household name and having fans.”

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