In March, Getter introduced his own label called Shred Collective and released its debut song, Inhalant Abuse by Getter himself. The complex, industrial-style bass production has since gone on to tally over 1.5 million total streams. Now, Getter is back with a brand new surprise that hints at what his fans can expect.
Shred Collective now delivers its second release, Uppercuts by Terror Reid, aka Getter. Getter uses Uppercuts to introduce his newest alias, while rocking an old-school-style hip-hop instrumental production. The release of the track comes paired with a fierce music video that features some sick animations, as Terror messes around in a ski mask. Although this new rapping alias has a darker vibe to it from previous Getter releases, he not only killed the production, but also displays his diverse musical skills. To hear more from Getter’s hip-hop side, check out rapper Pouya and his Underground Underdog mixtape, as Getter produced all 14 tracks. We’re looking forward to what other hip-hop elements Terror Reid will bring us in the future.
It’s exciting to see Getter branching out of the electronic scene and showcasing some hip-hop on his label. Watch the video for Uppercuts below. The song will be available in all stores for purchase this Friday (Apr. 7). Enjoy!
Getter will be performing at Paradiso this year, will we see an appearance from Terror Reid as well? What other EDM producers do you think would excel in a totally different genre? Let us know if you’re feeling Shred Collective’s path in the comment section below!
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