Rittz’s latest doesn’t cease to impress, as HotNewHipHop clocks in with their review which praises Next To Nothing.
Props to HotNewHipHop on this well-written review. You can tell they definitely have done their homework on Gwinnett County’s finest.
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Clocking in at an hour in runtime, Next To Nothing is, well, nothing, if not an impressive display of verbal gymnastics. Whether he’s wowing with a double-time flow on “Wish You Could” or going a bit more radio-friendly on “In My Zone,” Rittz has an undeniable prowess on the mic. “Call 911,” particularly, may be 2014’s most impressive piece of hip-hop storytelling. Featuring two gruesome tales of murder and betrayal, the track is a welcome reminder of horrorcore’s impressive ability to disturb and captivate with equal regard. The subject matter won’t be for everyone–there’s a fair amount of rape and skull-bashing–but Brotha Lynch Hung would be proud.
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