As most reviews do, the review highlights the different aspects of Top of the Line, including everything from Rittz’s chopper flow, to his “grain gripping and drink sipping”, to his battle with drugs and alcohol. Concluding the author’s thoughts on the album, he explains,
“The hour-long, 21-track play length will impress or distract depending on the listener, but to his credit, most of the songs are substantive and the redundancy is fairly minimal.”
We’ll take that as a plus! Check out the full review HERE.
- What are your thoughts on Top of the Line?
- Did Rittz progress from his work on Next to Nothing?
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