The lead singer of the American rap rock band Limp Bizkit most famous for their song 'Rollin' (Air Raid Vehicle)' (2000).
August 20, 1971
Fred Durst found fame as the lead vocalist of the rock band Limp Bizkit. Together with the band, they were able to release some of their widely known songs such as ‘All in the Family’ (1998), ‘Faith’ (1997), and ‘Break Stuff’ (1999), among others. Durst also ventured into an acting career exemplified by his appearance in the film ‘Population 436’ (2006).
He used to work as a tattoo artist and landscaper prior to entering the music industry.