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Examples of "rittz"
In August 2012, Tech N9ne signed Slumerican rapper Rittz. Rittz and Tech N9ne immediately began working together, releasing the popular collaboration remix of Rittz's "Bloody Murdah" shortly after Rittz joined the label.
Rittz signed to Tech N9ne's Strange Music in 2012. Rittz and Tech N9ne immediately began working together, releasing the popular collaboration remix of Rittz's "Bloody Murdah" shortly after Rittz joined the label. He released his solo debut, "The Life and Times of Jonny Valiant" on April 30, 2013. On October 15, 2013, Rittz appeared with fellow rappers Wax, Rapsody, Emis Killa and Jon Connor in the first cypher at the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards.
Strange Music artist Rittz also hails from Gwinnett County.
Rittz, Lil Wyte, Haystak & JellyRoll, Project Pat, Lil Jon
In April 2014, Rittz announced via Facebook that he would release his next album "Next To Nothing" on September 9, 2014. In August 2015, in an interview with NEHipHop, Rittz announced he would be releasing an album in spring of 2016, titled "Top of the Line".
Top of the Line is the third studio album by American rapper Rittz. The album was released on May 6, 2016, by Strange Music.
Slumerican's roster includes DJ Paul of Three 6 Mafia, Bubba Sparxxx, and more. It is also responsible for helping launch the career of Rittz.
On his 2016 album Top of the Line, in the song of the same name, Rittz references Nardwuar with the lyric "shit I can't recall the last 15 years wishing I could do an interview with Nardwuar".
In September 2011, DJ Craze became Yelawolf's touring DJ as he was featured on the rapper's "Hard White Tour", along with Rittz, however he was replaced in early 2014 by DJ Klever.
The discography of Rittz, an American hip hop artist, consists of two studio albums, three singles, two mixtapes, and thirteen music videos. His music has been released on record labels Slumerican Records and Strange Music.
"The Life and Times of Jonny Valiant" was met with generally positive reviews from music critics. Edwin Ortiz of HipHopDX gave the album four out of five stars, saying "While Rittz hasn’t yet reached his recording pinnacle, "The Life And Times Of Jonny Valiant" provides a thorough impression of his abilities as well as what he can strive for in the coming years. Going on nearly two decades since he first grasped the notion of becoming an emcee, it may have taken longer than expected, but Rittz is finally seeing the fruits of his labor flourish." David Jeffries of AllMusic gave the album a positive review, saying "Looking like a bouncer at some backwoods biker bar but flowing fast like he was Twista's younger brother, Atlanta rapper Rittz brings some Southern slang to the Strange Music roster, kicking the relationship off with "The Life and Times of Jonny Valiant". This debut effort should still satisfy those who follow Tech N9ne and the Strange Music roster, as stoner anthems, swaggering club music, and punch line-filled putdowns are the man's bread and butter." Dave William of "XXL" gave the album an XL, saying "While these struggles might seem like a bit of a downer on paper, Rittz should win over listeners with the unmistakable honesty he raps with. He’s a highly affable “underdog,” one who can rap about his misfortunes with confidence, hope and determination. Like Drake once said of himself early on in his career, Rittz seems to just want to be successful. But his “started from the bottom” tale is one that’s detailed thoroughly throughout "The Life & Times of Jonny Valiant", not an empty rallying cry. It’s unlikely Rittz’s rap career will ever reach the heights of a Drizzy, but for now, this honest, attention-grabbing album feels like the victory Rittz has long been waiting for."
"Next to Nothing" received positive reviews from music critics. Jay Balfour of HipHopDX said, "Rittz sounds at home over the more dynamic production on "Next To Nothing", and certain songs are proof that he can stick to making an increasingly forgiving type of vibe music to good effect as well. At times when he slips into his impressive double-time for extended bursts and songs on end, the effect seems too isolated to sustain itself, even if the White Jesus emcee rightfully prides himself on rapping intelligibly at speed. It’s more than a trick, though Rittz does well when he steps outside of it. At times "Next To Nothing" is hard to cut off but there’s too many déjà vu moments and first-time misses to listen through comfortably at once. To a certain extent, that won’t hurt Rittz’s appeal or alienate him from fans. And at the same time, there’s enough to take away to become a new one as well." Jeffrey Whaley of "XXL" said, "Whether you decide to play this album while riding around in your old school or on your music device, most would agree Rittz hits the mark with this album. With standout tracks like, “Crown Royal”, “Going Through Hell”, “Living A Dream” featuring Trae the Truth and “Bounce” featuring Twista, the album definitely has replay value and works sonically from beginning to end. With this being one of the better albums of 2014, Rittz has solidified himself a spot within the rap game for years to come."
Since then, DJ Burn One has gone on to produce both individual tracks for artists, like ASAP Rocky, Freddie Gibbs, Rittz, and others, while also working with artists like Wrekonize, Scotty, SL Jones, J NICS, and others, to produce their full mixtapes. DJ Burn One also contributes production to his group, iNDEED.
LOEGz have worked with well-known artists including Rittz and Devin the Dude. In 2010, LOEGz performed at South by Southwest and Fun Fun Fun Fest. On October 15, 2013 the group released "#Leagueshit", their self-released debut studio album with features from Dead Prez, Grupo Fantasma and Slim Gravy of A.Dd+.
Jonathan McCollum (born August 16, 1980), better known by his stage name Rittz, is an American rapper from Gwinnett County, Georgia. He is currently signed to Tech N9ne's Strange Music label. His debut album "The Life and Times of Jonny Valiant" was released on April 30, 2013.
Trunk Muzik is a mixtape by southern rapper Yelawolf, released on January 1, 2010. It features ten all new songs and two remixes. It is hosted by DJ Burn One and contains production from WLPWR, Maylay & KP and Kane Beatz and features guest appearances from Bun B, Rittz, Diamond, Raekwon and Juelz Santana.
The music video for the song was directed by Motion Family, filmed in Atlanta, Georgia at 1260 Custer Avenue during August 26. On September 20 it was released through VEVO. Fellow rappers Rittz, Shawty Fatt and Trouble make cameo appearances in the music video.
Manny created more signs and began gathering "endorsement photos" from artists including Slug of Atmosphere, Immortal Technique, Mystikal, Rittz, Ghostface Killah, Action Bronson, and others. A couple of which were highlighted in this article by XXL. Manny has also adopted a Metro Transit (Minnesota) bus Shelter in Minneapolis.
2 Birds 1 Stone is the third studio album by American rapper Stevie Stone. The album was released on August 13, 2013, by Strange Music. The album features guest appearances from Krizz Kaliko, Spaide R.I.P.P.E.R., Brotha Lynch Hung, Wrekonize, Bernz, ¡Mayday!, Mai Lee, Darrein, Tech N9ne, Rittz, Jarren Benton and Ms. Kriss. The album debuted at number 76 on the "Billboard" 200 chart.
The Life and Times of Jonny Valiant is the debut studio album by American rapper Rittz. The album was released on April 30, 2013, by Strange Music. The album features guest appearances from Big K.R.I.T., Mike Posner, Suga Free, Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko and Yelawolf.