Rittz drops the wild video for "Indestructible"
A little less than two weeks back, Rittz dropped the single "Indestructible" off his forthcoming album, Last Call. Now with the record on it's way less than a month from now, Rittz reveals the crazy visuals for the song.
While Rittz plays the background for the majority of the video, "Indestructible" shows a couple doing what they can to survive. As the video opens up, a woman is seen walking into a liquor store where she pulls a gun out on the clerk and robs him. After getting the money from him, he grabs his gun and chases her but ends up getting shot by her boyfriend before they flea the scene. When the two of them head back to their home, they learn that the girl was hit in the arm. The video takes a wild turn by the end of it after the police end up raiding their home.
While the song itself is a strong single from Rittz, the video itself does a great job at bringing his words to life. The song was produced by Seven, who has done a lot of production work for both Tech N9ne and the rest of his Strange Music label. Rittz uses the song to detail some of the personal demons he faced while he was on tour overseas. It's an emotional song that received a pretty wild video to go along with it. Rittz is really kicking off the role out for his album on a good note.
As Rittz prepares to release his upcoming album Last Call, he has also announced that he'll be heading on the "Last Call Tour" this fall with special guests Eric Biddines and Sam Lachow. The tour will kick off In Davenport, Iowa on October 13th before ending in West Palm Beach, Florida on December 17th.
Check out the dates below: