Bootleg Kev & Rittz - Walter White Boy Flow 2 [New Song]

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PREMIERE! Rittz is back with his deadliest "Walter White Boy Flow" yet. "WWBF2" is presented by Bootleg Kev.

Bootleg Kev is known for keeping a cutting-edge rotation on the radio and also hosting insightful interviews with the game's hottest artists. Today, the Arizona DJ is back with a new single that will appear on his forthcoming compilation album Raising Arizona. On the new track, "Walter White Boy Flow 2," Kev has enlisted Strange Music's Rittz, hot off the release of his Top of the Line album. "Walter White Boy Flow 2" is a sequel to the original "WWBF" collaboration that Kev and Rittz dropped in 2013. 

There are few white boys with a deadlier flow than Rittz, and the dope he spits is just as potent as Walter White's signature blue crystal. Rittz starts off by singing the hook, and he proceeds to go on a sinister lyrical tear, making sure to give each syllable its proper articulation while still rapping at a breakneck speed. The high-adrenaline production comes from Lifted. 

 

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Walter White Boy Flow 2

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User  Rating:
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audience rating
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2 MAKE IT STOP
User Rating:
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PREMIERE! Rittz is back with his deadliest "Walter White Boy Flow" yet. "WWBF2" is presented by Bootleg Kev.


Bootleg Kev is known for keeping a cutting-edge rotation on the radio and also hosting insightful interviews with the game's hottest artists. Today, the Arizona DJ is back with a new single that will appear on his forthcoming compilation album Raising Arizona. On the new track, "Walter White Boy Flow 2," Kev has enlisted Strange Music's Rittz, hot off the release of his Top of the Line album. "Walter White Boy Flow 2" is a sequel to the original "WWBF" collaboration that Kev and Rittz dropped in 2013. 

There are few white boys with a deadlier flow than Rittz, and the dope he spits is just as potent as Walter White's signature blue crystal. Rittz starts off by singing the hook, and he proceeds to go on a sinister lyrical tear, making sure to give each syllable its proper articulation while still rapping at a breakneck speed. The high-adrenaline production comes from Lifted. 

 

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