Savage Squad Records is a recording label owned by former drill rapper Fredo Santana. Santana died due to complications from lean addiction in 2018.
Savage Squad was founded by the late Chicago rapper Fredo Santana. Santana was pronounced dead in January 2018 from a fatal seizure.
Fredo Santana – CEO Of Savage Squad Records
Furthermore, Derrick Coleman was born July 4, 1990. Fredo Santana is Chief Keef’s older cousin, and was originally Co-CEO of Glory Boyz Entertainment.
Rapper Fredo Santana emphasized that he wanted to stay independent – Thus creating Savage Squad Records.
It’s rumored that Chief Keef and Fredo might’ve had disagreements regarding Keef’s clauses in his contract with Interscope Records.
Savage Squad Records Members
SD is an American rapper from Chicago, Illinois. He was a member of Glory Boyz Entertainment.
His mixtape Life Of A Savage has over 52,000 downloads on DatPiff. In 2014, he released his debut studio album called, Truly Blessed.
Listen to SD on his official Soundcloud account
Gino Marley was extremely close to Fredo Santana, even considered his best friend. Marley and Santana both grew up together on 61st Street, in Englewood.
Fredo Santana, SSR CEO. Get the ‘Chiraq’ t-shirt Fredo is wearing in the image below.
Fredo Santana – Chiraq T-Shirt
In August of 2016, Gino Marley released his new single “Ten Toes Down.”
Sadly, Courtney was sentenced to 38 years in prison for the murder of a cab driver tied to the death of L’A Capone.
Fredo Santana Mixtapes
It’s a Scary Site
Fredo Santan’s first mixtape, It’s a Scary Site was released on September 20, 2012. It’s a Scary Site featured production from TM88, Young Chop, 12Hunna, Leek E Leek, J-Hill, C-Sick, and Paris Bueller.
It’s a Scary Site also has guest appearances from Chief Keef, Lil Reese, King Louie, Marley, Frenchie, G Herbo, Lil Bibby, and Lil Durk.
It’s A Scary Site 2
Trappin’ Ain’t Dead
Fredo Kruger 2