Raised on the shores of Bondi Beach in a single mother household to a Jewish family,
Freeds discovered early on that creativity was something that lived within him, whether it be through drawing, playing piano or scribbling poems.
Freeds has had a tendency to jump around a lot, lacking the ability to walk a straight line, but his connection to music has always been a constant thread. When listening to his songs, it’s
apparent he’s an incredibly self-aware artist. For the better part of ten years, Freeds has been grinding away in the city of Melbourne, forming his own identity – one that sheds light on his journey through struggles with mental health and dependency. Ultimately the message conveyed through his music is one of optimism.
With a childlike aesthetic, the sound of Freeds floats across genres but lands its roots in hip-hop. It finds the balance between live instrumentation, samples, playfulness and raw emotion. Drawing comparisons to G-Flip, Rex Orange County & Chance The Rapper, the songwriting is mature, the melodies are catchy, the flows are versatile, and the word-play is memorable.
With an EP set for June it’s only a matter of time before the talent and hard-work of Freeds translates.