Rittz

The Exchange



Rittz

Rittz - Live in Regina
Friday May 15th
@ The Exchange
☆ Live Performance by ☆
Rittz
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opening performances TBA
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☆ TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY FEB 28 @ 10AM ☆
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tickets: $30 adv.
doors: 8pm
Show: 9pm
all ages/19+ bar
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physical tickets available by calling or texting: 519-766-3277
Presented by: R-Evolution Media Studio & Where It's At Entertainment
questions?
email: [email protected]
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RITTZ VIDEOS:
I'm Only Human -> https://youtu.be/UYzvjeM6oTQ
Switch Lanes -> https://youtu.be/_z1aJvUTXUY
Twin Lakes -> https://youtu.be/l8Eje8q9Olo
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Rittz Bio:
Rittz, is an American rapper. He was previously signed to Tech N9ne's Strange Music label and just started his own label Cli-n-tel Ent. His debut album The Life and Times of Jonny Valiant was released on April 30, 2013.
Around 2003, after numerous disappointments, Rittz's musical career stalled. “I won Battlegrounds on Hot 107.9, got retired and shit and felt like I was ‘bout to make it. But, so many industry up and downs, with managers, contracts…” He was broke, feeling dejected, living with friends, and ready to resign from the rap game. However, in 2009 he was contacted by the rapper Yelawolf, and this led to financial support. “I had some money behind me.” Rittz says, “Everything was going good and then everything fell out, at the same time, I’m getting older, thinking it’s time to hang it up. This isn’t gonna happen and that’s when Yelawolf put me on ‘Box Chevy.’” Rittz stated in a 2013 interview that he had supported himself by working various "nine to five" jobs, such as in the restaurant industry.
Rittz's career breakthrough occurred with the release of Yelawolf's 2010 EP track "Box Chevy". Since then, he has frequently collaborated with Yelawolf, and the pair toured together on the 2012 Slumerican Tour. Rittz is also widely known for his 2011 mixtape White Jesus. In 2012 he took his favourite songs from White Jesus and added a few new songs and re-released it as White Jesus: Revival.
Rittz signed to Tech N9ne's Strange Music in 2012.[9] Rittz and Tech N9ne immediately began working together, releasing the popular collaboration remix of Rittz's "Bloody Murdah" shortly after Rittz joined the label.[10] He released his solo debut, The Life and Times of Jonny Valiant on April 30, 2013.[11] 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.
In April 2014, Rittz announced via Facebook that he would release his next album Next To Nothing on September 9, 2014. In an August 2015 interview with NEHipHop, Rittz announced that he would be releasing an album in May 2016, titled Top of the Line. In July 2017, Rittz announced that his next album would be titled Last Call and would be released on September 29, 2017.
Following the release of Last Call, Rittz had fulfilled his contractual obligations to Strange Music and decided not to renew his contract, amicably parting ways with the label. He has subsequently found his own label, Cli-N-Tel Entertainment.[16]
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Follow Rittz at:
Instagram: @rittz
website: https://www.rittzmusic.com/
facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RittzMusic/
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FOLLOW R-EVOLUTION MEDIA AT:
Instagram: @rmediastudio
website: www.revmediastudio.com
facebook: R-Evolution Media Studio
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Instagram: @whereitsatent
website: www.whereitsatent.com
facebook: Where It's At Entertainment


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