Video for Fredo Santana's "I Need More" Featuring Young Scooter Surfaces

Off the late rapper’s ‘Fredo Kruger’ project.

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Following Fredo Santana‘s untimely death, a new video for “I Need More” off the late rapper’s 2013 Fredo Kruger project surfaced online. Directed by Video God, the visual features a dred-less Fredo accompanied by Young Scooter who has a feature on the track. Utilizing a black and white look, Fredo, Scooter and their cohort show off their block to the tune of the hard-hitting track.

Fredo passed away January 19, 2018, after battling a lean addiction that resulted in seizures and serious organ failure. The Chicago rapper’s passing has reignited a serious look at drug use in the music industry, which was originally highlighted following the death of Lil Peep.

Watch the video for Fredo Santana’s Young Scooter-assisted track “I Need More” above and let us know what you think. For more music news, Trippie Redd, Rich Brian, Kris Wu, Joji and Baauer recently dropped a busy visual for “18.”

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