RITTZ Wsg: Jarren Benton Local Support: ___________ * Authentik * Tank Lucas * E13 * Chambers * TJ High * New Age * B. Starr * HollowBoyz * D3 * Elevated 40's VIP Package includes: _______________________ •One general admission ticket •VIP early entry into the venue •Exclusive pre show meet & greet with RITTZ •Personal photograph with RITTZ •Custom Cli-N-Tel crew bandana (exclusive to VIP package only) •Autographed tour poster (limited print) •Official meet & greet laminate Videos: "Switch Lanes" - https://youtu.be/_z1aJvUTXUY "Sleep At Night" - https://youtu.be/ggHgSZXROPE "Like I Am" - https://youtu.be/l4m0cgD5woM This show is All Ages - 21+ Drink w/IDSave
TOP OF THE LINE TOUR RITTZ Jarren Benton TUE, NOVEMBER 1, 2016 DOORS: 7PM $20 ADVANCE - $23 DAY OF SHOW ON SALE FRI 8/12 10:00 AM CDT THIS EVENT IS ALL AGES All seating is general admission. Table reservations are available at The Cotillion or by calling 316-722-4201. Check room will be open. Nancy's A-Maize-N Sandwiches will be here serving her Famous #8 and more! Text RAP to 49798 for updates and chances at FREE tickets! “One of my buddies said, ‘If you’re not fucking with Rittz, you’re not top of the line’ – meaning that when I write songs, I write to the highest standard,” says Rittz. “When it comes to rapping and this style that I do, it’s as good as it gets.” The title of Rittz’ new album Top Of The Line came from an unlikely source – a friend’s passing ad-lib on his 2014 LP Next to Nothing. And at this point in the Atlanta rapper’s career, few would disagree with this assessment. In 2012, Rittz began his ascension by touring with rising star, Yelawolf. Wolf then sang the rapper’s praises to Tech N9ne. Tech, never one to let a good opportunity pass him by, quickly signed Rittz to his Strange Music label. Two successful releases, The Life And Times Of Jonny Valiant and Next to Nothing, followed – as did a show-stopping appearance on the 2013 BET Awards Cypher. Since his last album’s release, Rittz continued to prove his mettle on the road. He toured again with Yela, as well as Kxng Crooked (formerly Crooked I), and headlined shows all over the country. The ups and downs of life on tour are a big theme on Top Of The Line. While raising hell for months at a time was fun (as documented on the rousing “All Night”), it wasn’t without consequences. The powerful song “Just Say No” chronicles how the tour with Yelawolf went wrong.Tickets Save
Sounds Like: YelaWolf, OutKast Official, Tech N9ne, Geto Boys, Big K.R.I.T.
Label: Strange Music
Manager: Freddie "Scender" Burman; Jeremy "JDot" Jones
Bio: The Atlanta metropolitan area stretches on for at least 30 miles beyond the Georgia Dome and the World of Coke. Peachtree Street (conspicuously void of actual peach trees) stretches up through several counties, changing its name a number of times, confusing the tourists and the transplants. Furth...See Full Bio
“Last year, right before catching the biggest break of his career, Jonny "Rittz" Valiant was ready to quit. The Gwinnett County, Georgia native had been trying to make it as a rapper since his early teens, having fallen hard for hip-hop after a school friend turned him on to the Geto Boys, but when he couldn't maintain payments on the home he shared with his girlfriend, he decided to abandon his dream and take a full-time job as, he says, "a cook at a fuckin' barbecue restaurant." There was one "last hope," though: ascendant Alabama rapper Yelawolf, who'd met Rittz through a business connection and was so intrigued by his exceptional double-time flow that he promised to help him make some recordings after finishing a tour. "I was crossing my fingers he'd actually do it," says Rittz. True to his word, when Wolf returned, he put his new friend in the studio. ”