Rittz - Walking on Air

Posted 4 years ago
Producer:
Shane Eli
Album:
White Jesus: Revival

A dope song demands some dope visuals so it’s no surprise that the impressively coiffed, spitfire rapping Rittz chose Walking on Air for his latest video. A standout cut from his recently released White Jesus: Revival project, Walking on Air is driven by a gospel-rock instrumental from west coaster Shane Eli that gives Rittz more than enough motivation to unload some high octane lyrics: “Cockroaches, I got no choice, I gotta fumigate / Accumulatin’ dollars daily, how much money you done made?” Throw in what looks like a serious beer pong tournament and you’ve got a new video that will have fans ready to catch the holy hip-hop spirit by downloading the free album here, as well as catch him live on his Revival tour, happening all summer and hitting cities nationwide. More information on the tour here.

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