Rittz is getting ready to release his next album, Last Call, on Sept. 29. This will mark his fourth and final effort on Tech N9ne's Strange Music label.

The Atlanta MC has been a workhorse during his time on Strange Music. Ritz is candid when asked to describe the experience of being on the label that Tech N9ne built. "It's definitely been a positive thing, a great experience with Strange Music," explains Rittz. "I learned so much from them. I'm just hoping to take what I learned from them, and all the fans, and everything they exposed me to and everything and take it further with me wherever it goes next. I definitely wanted to make sure on this last one I kept giving it my best."

Rittz also describes what he hopes fans will get from his latest album. "I wanted to touch people, but I wanted them to take away something positive," says Rittz. "No matter what's going on, whatever you're going through, you're going to overcome it. Through all of the darkness, there's a light at the end of the tunnel. A lot of the records have that theme to them."

In addition to the tour and album announcement, Rittz dropped the video for "Indestructible" today (Aug. 30). The visual shows a couple in the throes of a botched robbery as the Atlanta rapper takes a moment to sing about coming out stronger on the other side of trying times.

In October, Rittz will kick off his headlining Last Call tour featuring Same Lachow and Eric Biddines. The tour will begin in Davenport, Iowa on Oct. 13.

You can view the tour dates and video for "Indestructible" below.

Rittz's The Last Call Tour Dates

Oct. 13 — Davenport, Iowa — Dance Land Ballroom
Oct. 14 — Des Moines, Iowa —Val Air Ballroom
Oct. 15 — Lincoln, Nebr. — Bourbon Theater
Oct. 17 — Billings, Mont. — Pub Station Ballroom
Oct. 20 — Bozeman, Mont. — The Emerson
Oct. 21 — Missoula, Mont. — Top Hat
Oct. 22 — Boise, Idaho — Knitting Factory
Oct. 23 — Portland, Ore. — Peters Room
Oct. 24 — Spokane, Wash. — The Pin
Oct. 25 — Seattle, Wash. — El Corazon
Oct. 26 — Eugene, Ore. — Whirled Pies
Oct. 27 — Roseburg, Ore. — Fair Grounds
Oct. 28 — Chico, Calif. — Senator
Oct. 29 — Sacramento, Calif. — Holy Diver
Oct. 31 — Tahoe, Calif. — Whiskey Dick's Saloon
Nov. 1 — San Francisco, Calif. — UCB Theatre
Nov. 2 — Reno, Nev. — Jub Jubs
Nov. 3 — Los Angeles, Calif. — Los Globos
Nov. 4 — San Diego, Calif. — Soma Side Stage
Nov. 5 — Mesa, Ariz. — Club Red
Nov. 6 — Tucson, Ariz. — The Rock
Nov. 7 — Flagstaff, Ariz. — Green Room
Nov. 8 — Las Vegas, Nev. — Andrenaline
Nov. 9 — Salt Lake City, Utah — The Grand
Nov. 10 — Grand Junction, Colo. — Mesa
Nov. 11 — Denver, Colo. — Roxy Theatre
Nov. 12 — Denver, Colo. — Roxy Theatre
Nov. 14 — Colorado Springs, Colo. — Black Sheep
Nov. 15 — Fort Collins, Colo. — Aggie
Nov. 16 — Albuquerque, N.M. — El Rey
Nov. 17 — Lubbock, Texas — Depot Patio
Nov. 18 — Austin, Texas — Come and Take it Live
Nov. 19 — Houston, Texas — Scout Bar
Nov. 21 — Wichita, Kans. — Collition
Nov. 22 — Tulsa, Okla. — Cain's
Nov. 24 — Springfield, Mo. — Recency Live
Nov. 25 — Kansas City, Mo. — Riot Room
Nov. 26 — St. Louis, Mo. — Pops
Nov. 28 — Rockford, Ill. — Apollo
Nov. 30 — Joliet, Ill. — Forge
Dec. 1 — Cleveland, Ohio — Odeon
Dec. 2 — Detroit, Mich. — St. Andrew
Dec. 3 — Grand Rapids, Mich. — Intersection
Dec. 4 — Minneapolis, Minn. — Music Hall Mpls
Dec. 5 — Toledo, Ohio — Frankie's Inner City
Dec. 6 — Fort Wayne, Ind. — Pierre's
Dec. 7 — Lafayette, Ind. — Lafayette Theater
Dec. 8 — Indianapolis, Ind. — Emerson Theater
Dec. 9 — Louisville, Ky. — Trixie's
Dec. 10 — Nashville, Tenn. — Exit End
Dec. 11 — Birmingham, Ala. — Zydeco
Dec. 12 — Atlanta, Ga. — Loft
Dec. 13 —  Jacksonville, Fla. — Jack Rabbit's
Dec. 14 — St. Petersburg, Fla. —Crowbar
Dec. 15 — Orlando, Fla. — The Haven
Dec. 16 — Sarasota, Fla. — Old School Bar and Grill
Dec. 17 — West Palm Beach, Fla. — Propaganda

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