If I can be allowed to drop some insider info, Rittz originally hoped to include Tech N9ne on the original version of Bloody Murdah, but the Strange Music head honcho was too busy, you know, touring more than anyone ever to deliver his verse in time for the White Jesus: Revival release. No worries, that’s why hip-hop invented the remix. DJ A‘s original bouncing-yet-lethal beat remains wholly intact, as is the headliner’s opening verse. The remix portion of the program comes courtesy of a brand new closing verse from Rittz that dips into triple-time, along with (of course) yet another speed-filled verse from Tech that would give Usain Bolt a run for his money. For more hip-hop guaranteed to First 48 wack rappers, be sure to grab White Jesus: Revival, available for free stream and download right now, as well as DJBooth’s exclusive Tech N9ne’s Blur (Re-Produced) EP.
Update: Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down to view Rittz’ Bloody Murdah (Remix) visual.
Written by Nathan S. on 01/10/13
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