Add The Smoking Section to the list of critics who dig Rittz’s new album Next To Nothing.
Uproxx’s music page The Smoking Section offered their couple pennies to the critic circle in concern to the latest from GC’s finest, breaking down the album in four different regards: sound, formula, flow and content.
Check out what they had to say about the flow:
No matter what Rittz looks like, there’s no doubt his sound stands out from a crowd. The bar is continually raised throughout this project, with the long-haired spitter going for broke on tracks like the swashbuckling hometown anthem “Wish You Could” and “Profit,” an amped go-getter with Yelawolf and Shawty Fatt. Plus, for as ferocious as his bars are, the rapid-fire delivery does not make him hard to understand at all, as every lyric is clear. That may be a fault, as the technical excellence almost gets taken for granted after 16 songs.
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