With his pitched-shifted vocals and gleefully shocking lyricism, Freddie Dredd emerges from the areas of the internet that most fear to tread. Reveling in the morbid mayhem of his own creation, Freddie shares the long-awaited video for “GTG”, one of his biggest hits to date, self-produced under his alias Ryan C. Originally released in 2018 and inspired by the bass-heavy horrorcore of early Three 6 Mafia, “GTG” is a gruesome 95-second banger, in which Freddie describes in vivid detail how he’d brutally deal with anyone who gives him the slightest offense.
Directed by Lazy Eye Productions and premiered by The Noise, the video artfully leans into the song’s morbidity, positing the Oshawa, Ontario native as the heir apparent to serial killer antiheroes like Dexter or Hannibal Lecter. Wielding a hammer and dressing head-to-toe in easy-to-clean plastic, Freddie nonchalantly eats his cereal (pouring his milk from a carton with his victim’s picture on it) as the police investigate his unspeakable crimes.
“GTG” is one of the most popular songs in Freddie’s prolific catalog, still racking up over 100k streams per day nearly two years after its release. Stream the music video today!