Six months after dropping his excellent Special Effects album, Tech N9ne comes through with Strangeulation, Vol. II -- his sixteenth (!) studio album and sixth "Collabos" project.
Tech N9ne dropped off the audio for this record the other week, and he's quickly returned with its visual component. The collaboration with Rittz and Darrein Safron will appear on Tech's upcoming Strangeulation Vol.
Tech N9ne is releasing his second Strange Music collaborative album, Strangeulation Vol.
Tech N9ne is known for his double time flows, and many of his collaborators possess a similar ability to spit at a rapid-fire rate.
Rittz taps Yelawolf, Royce Da 5'9', and KXNG Crooked to spit a verse on his remix to "LAF", which originally appeared on his acclaimed 2014 album Next To Nothing.
You hear a lot of people making statements about the king of New York, the king of the west coast, and the king of the South, but so far, KXNG Crooked and Rittz seem to be the only rappers gunning for the southwest throne, and they're happy to share it.
It's unclear if Sincerely Collins is actually signed to Funk Volume, or just getting assistance from the underground rap crew, but he's got both Rittz and Jarren Benton on his new track/visual "Light Work." He definitely sounds like he fits right in with the r
When Rittz came up to HNHH's NYC office for an interview last month, he spoke about how crazy it was to work with Twista on his new album (Nxt To Nothing) after looking up to him for years. Today, their collabo, "Bounce," has gotten the video treatment.
It's no secret that hip-hop at large is lacking in original content. If the music isn't about money, it's about sex; if it's not about sex, it's about who's the hardest (no pun intended); if not who's hardest, it's about hip-hop itself.
Rittz's newly-released album Next To Nothing was a long time coming. The Atlanta native has been hustling in the rap game for years, and finally nabbed a deal with Strange Music for an impressive commercial debut.
Earlier today, Atlanta native Rittz shared audio of a new track with the baldfaced title, "White Rapper." Now the autobiographical joint has a video just hours later, which alternates between showing Rittz writing and rapping in front of an oddly-shaped screen
Rittz's Strange Music debut, Next To Nothing, drops on September 9th, and today the ATL spitter has shared another leak from it. "Profit" features the other best-known white Southern rapper, Yelawolf, as well as Shawty Fatt.
Strange Music is definitely in the building. Talking exclusively to HotNewHipHop, Slumerican's Rittz touches on his upcoming album Next To Nothing, touring, working with YelaWolf, doing laundry on tour and a whole lot more.
A behind-the-scenes look at Rittz and Mike Posner's "Switch Lanes" single, included on Rittz' debut album "The Life And Times Of Jonny Valiant," which drops on April 30th.How did Mike Posner do on this video?
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