Rittz Sings for His New Song “Indestructible”
Strange Music and Atlanta rhymer Rittz is back with new music. He drops "Indestructible," the first release from his forthcoming album, Last Call. The record is produced by Seven and on it, Rittz shows off his vocal range by crooning on the hook.
"When your worth feels under attack but you won't flee/When a person is shackled and trapped but they broke free/Double crossed, get stabbed in your back but you won't bleed/When it all falls flat but you're back up on both feet/In the end, you're indestructible," Rittz sings.
Last Call is Rittz's fourth release on Tech N9ne's Strange Music label. He previously dropped The Life and Times of Jonny Valiant in 2013, Next to Nothing in 2014 and Top of the Line last year. Top of the Line was a 24-track LP that contained guest appearances from the likes of Mike Posner, E-40, Devin The Dude, MJG plus his Strange Music family Tech N9ne and Krizz Kaliko.
When describing his sound, Rittz told XXL last year that he has no plans to change his style of rap to what's popular in today's hip-hop scene.
"For so many years coming up in the game and especially in Atlanta, I try to follow the trends of rap from way back — from crunk to snap to whatever was being done," he explained. "I done did every hood club, strip club and try to get in and it was just not authentic and they can tell it’s not authentic and then I can tell it wasn’t authentic for me either. It felt weird. I’m lucky enough to be an artist to be able to do what the fuck I want to do, so I never feel the type of need to make a certain type of record for the radio."
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