Freddy Will is an American-Canadian author, philanthropist, and Hip Hop recording artist. He was born in Brookfields, Freetown, Sierra Leone in West Africa.
In 2009 he recorded a song as a collaboration on a compilation album with spoken word and music. When the Recording Academy nominated the project for a Grammy Award in 2011, he became the first Grammy-nominated artist from Sierra Leone. He is also the first Hip Hop artist to be published as a writer and was awarded four "limited edition" postage stamps from Sierra Leone. He has written ten books, three of which are published with accompanying Hip Hop albums. He has worked with Juno award winners and Canadian jazz musicians: Eddie Bullen, Diane Seaton, and Liberty Silver, US Grammy Award winner: Carvin Winans, and renowned Sierra Leone artists: Afrikan Diamond, King Boss LA, and Kao Denero. For more info: visit www.freddywill.com