Rita J ft. Adad - No Regrets

Posted 6 years ago
Tags: Rita J
Producer:
K-Kruz
Album:
Artist Workshop

If the efforts of such talented artists as Jean Grae and RAtheMC (who dropped her Booth-sponsored #Trending Topics mixtape earlier this week!) have somehow failed to convince you that female rap is alive and kicking, may we introduce you to Rita J.? Signed to indie label All Natural, Inc., the Chicago-bred, Atlanta-based femcee is introducing herself to our readership with No Regrets, a newly-leaked track off her forthcoming full-length. Producer K-Kruz‘s funky blend of brass stabs and off-kilter guitar riffs should catch old-schoolers’ ears from bar one, and Rita delivers on the beat’s retro-flavored promise, lacing the track with upbeat, uncompromising motivational rhymes. Guest artist Adad adds a generous dash of energy, trading lines with the headliner on the cut’s amped-up chorus. If you’re digging this femcee’s nostalgic sound and positive-minded perspective, why not sign up for her Artist Workshop? Due out November 3, Rita J.‘s latest album is a purchase that listeners are unlikely to regret.

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