Getting close: Hip-hop artist Freddy Jackson climbs higher with a revamped sound


You can witness the rise of hip-hop artist Freddy Jackson every third Thursday of the month at BON, while he’s still playing small venues. He will hold an album release party for Frederick on June 18. Photo: Martyn Kyle

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