The single arrived alongside an official music video just as cash-filled as this performance itself, depicting the newcomer driving through his hometown of Helena, Arkansas.
“Add It Up” comes on the heels of Freddie’s 2020 debut album, From Trap to Rap, which boasted features from Lil Baby, Young Dolph, Lil Yachty, Moneybagg Yo, Tay Keith, Renni Rucci, and more. In May 2020, he released “Quarantine Flow,” a rapid-fire track that showed off his dextrous lyrical gifts. “Add It Up” is just the first of many 2021 tracks from one of Quality Control and Motown’s most promising talents.
Watch Bankroll Freddie's "Add It Up" live studio performance above and watch the official music video below.