Following in the footsteps of his father, a world class gospel musician, Freddy began playing and writing music at a young age. After beginning on drums, Freddy turned his attention to piano, organ, and guitar, rapidly developing on them all. By his eighteenth birthday he was running his church choir rehearsals, conducting band practices, and doing rearrangements of popular gospel songs to be sung in Sunday morning services.
He went on to study music formally at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia PA. He also spent a significant amount of time traveling throughout Europe teaching American gospel songs to high school age students.
After venturing into music production Freddy garnered Grammy, Stellar and Dove Award nominations for production for artists like Da’Truth and Gospel artist Melinda Watts. His love of and desire to make a unique contribution to contemporary worship music eventually lead to his debut album “The Jesus Record”.
After it’s release in October of 2012 “The Jesus Record” caught the attention of Carol Cymbala, director of the Grammy Award winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. Freddy was invited to collaborate with the choir and co-wrote a full length album entitled “Pray”. He was also privileged to co-write the title track from the album. Freddy’s desire to share the truth of the bible has lead to him being invited to preach in many conferences, crusades, and seminars.
While currently working on new music, Freddy has been invited to be a guest worship leader and speaker at a number of churches all across america. He has a passion for helping people and is giving his life to serve others through his ministry.