Tech N9ne needed this. He needed an emcee to really push his lyricism and flow. Rittz is that guy. He’s come a long way from being the raw, fierce talent he was a couple years ago. In fact, he may just be the sharpest emcee Hip-Hop has to offer right now, as evidenced on “Bloody Murdah.” Even better than labelmate Tech N9ne.
But don’t expect Tech to be content with second place for too long. He’s compulsively competitive and he’ll step his game up. He’s been stagnant for a couple years now but Rittz just may be that catalyst that forces him to improve and expand his limits as a rapper.