Freeds can be found scrawling rhymes relentlessly at all hours of the morning, battling sleep and the monotony of a full- time job. Hailing from the shores of Sydney, now residing in Melbourne, his work ethic lies in his commitment to pushing boundaries and spreading creative music to the people.
Combining the old, the new and the undefined, he is by no means bounded by the perceptions of what is and isn’t ‘allowed’, rather aiming to push those boundaries. The past year has seen Freeds chisel a few cracks in the Australian rap scene with the release of his debut EP in July 2013.
The summer jam Swimming was well received and featured twice on triple j’s ‘Home & Hosed’ program. Although Freeds is quite a humble and shy character, he seems to morph into another person from the moment he steps on the stage, with an energy and presence that is infectious.
Freeds has just released his second EP, titled Jetski Blues. 2014 is the most exciting year yet for Freeds. With a debut album already in the works, he definitely plans to step up his game and make a big impact.