Indie rapper and Georgia native Rittz is about to drop his super-anticipated third LP, Top of the Line, on Friday (May 6). "Every album I go a different way," the technically gifted MC tells Fuse in the interview above. "First thing I do, I want a sound, y'know, overall sound. This album, I had this weird sound."
The record, delivered by Tech N9ne's Strange Music, boasts 24 tracks and a feature from Devin the Dude. Compared to 2014's Next to Nothing, Rittz finds himself in a happier place, busting out more "good time–feelin' records."
Watch the full interview to hear the man born Jonathan McCollum talk about the whole process behind Top of the Line, including his idea to follow the sounds of the celebrated Argentinian composer Lalo Schifrin (Mission: Impossible, The Amityville Horror.)
Pre-order Top of the Line here, and check out Rittz's last visit to Fuse below: