As described in the Strange Music boss’ recent video announcement, Tech N9ne‘s recent decision to sign Booth fave Rittz was motivated as much by his personal respect for the ATL rhymesayer’s mic skills as it was by his business savvy. Likewise, Rittz had long been a fan of Tech’s dating back to the first time he heard the Kansas City underground mainstay on Gang Related soundtrack inclusion Questions (Rough Draft). Thus, it could hardly be more appropriate that the White Jesus rapper celebrates the beginning of their working relationship with a reimagining of the aforementioned joint. Making its world premiere right here in the Booth, Questions 2012 finds the emcee lacing QDIII‘s original boardwork with a quick verse describing some of his least favorite listener queries. While this dope homage is just a one-off release, those digging it can stay tuned for all the latest as the Booth fave settles into his new home.
Written by richard on 09/6/12
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