Rapper Rittz opens up about meeting up with Yelawolf after his manager set up a meeting, which led to them working on Yelawolf’s “Trunk Muzik” mixtape. He also explains the meaning behind his “White Jesus” mixtape, and reveals what it was like being a white rapper from the South while also dating a black girl.
"So you know I’m about to K-I-L-L people say I’m crazy maybe so I need to go and take a P-I-L-L they should lock me up and throw away the key and put me in a C-E-L-L they say they don’t like the way I’m spitting fuck ‘em they can go to H-E-L-L for R-E-A-L."
OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO: Rittz - “Switch Lanes” featuring Mike Posner
Great video by Rittz and Mike Posner. They did a real good job filming it in L.A.! Love it! Check it out!
Rittz chilling w/ Canadian Club & watching Jodi Arias trial
Rittz on “Box Chevy Pt. 4” Absence, Features He Wanted on the Album & More
Exclusive: Rittz details his evolution from the “White Jesus” days and how Strange Music legitimized his Hip Hop aspirations.
Rittz is tired. Or he was tired. He’s slouched in a chair in the hotel’s lobby, a Bulleit bourbon in hand, his frizzy red hair tumbling out a black stocking hat after getting up from a nap. Here’s why: since getting into New York to promote the release of his Strange Music debut album, The Life and Times of Jonny Valiant, he’s been everywhere. Listening parties for N.O.R.E. and himself, interviews with Vibe, B.E.T. and “Sway In The Morning,” and tons of other appearances