'''Freddie North''' (born 28 May 1939, Nashville, Tennessee) was an American R&B singer.

He had experience as a disc jockey at WLAC-Nashville and in promotion for Nashboro Records, who released gospel music.[ Biography], In 1971, he released an album, ''Friend'', on Mankind Records (U.S. #179, U.S. Black Albums #41).[ Billboard], The disc yielded two hit singles, "She's All I Got" (U.S. #39, U.S. Black Singles #10)[ Billboard Singles], and "You and Me Together Forever".

He remains a one-hit wonder.