Another new one from 'Next To Nothing.'
- Geek & Sci-Fi
The Strange Music emcee delivers another intricately spit LP for his sophomore effort.
Inspired by Rittz's love for the Canadian spirit.
I admit it. Initially, I discriminated against Rittz.
When White Jesus reveals the details to his upcoming project, you should be paying attention.
Listen to this new cut from the versatile Supa Hot Beats songstress and always-impressive Rittz.
The Atlanta producer is pulling out the stops to make sure that people know his album's dropping.
The religious and nonreligious alike will vibe with the dark sounds of Stevie Stone's latest single "The Baptism.
Papoose has definitely maximized <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2013/06/papoose-summer-jam-meme">his new 15 minutes of fame</a>.
If you want to hear a fairytale, turn on your radio.
Anyone who's been jamming The Life & Times Of Johnny Valiant album as much as we have can agree that smooth is an understatement when speaking on Rittz & Mike Posner's <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2013/04/rittz-mike-posner-switch-lanes">"Switch Lanes"</a>.
It's been awhile since we've heard from Jackie Chain, but he's beginning the release of his newest project, Bruce Lean Chronicles Vol 2 with the first single, "Trippin'" featuring Rittz.
Cinco de Mayo celebrates the <a href="http://newsfeed.time.com/2011/05/05/more-than-margaritas-a-history-of-cinco-de-mayo/">Mexicans’ underdog victory over the French</a> in the 1862 Battle of Puebla, but all Americans tend to recognize it.
<a href="http://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/rittz-interview-lead.jpg"></a>Art: <a href="http://missdimplez.com/">Miss Dimplez</a> [Scene: Manhattan's Hudson Hotel; time and date: 6 pm, Wednesday, April 16] Rittz is tired.
With his album approaching release quickly, Rittz is a man on a mission.
Wondering how someone untamed as Rittz would sound, trying to crossover.
I've been listening to Rittz for a few years now, absorbing White Jesus and his multitude of guest appearances.
Signing to a label usually marks the beginning of endless skepticism for blogosphere rappers, and rightfully so.