Rittz gets significant assistance from Yelawolf, Royce Da 5’9”, and Kxng Crooked on the “LAF” Remix. I can picture it now, Rittz sitting on his tour bus pondering ways of how to make an already fire record from his “Next To Nothing” album that much more flame. Suddenly, a lightbulb goes off. He grabs Yelawolf and half of Slaughterhouse (Royce and Crooked) and creates a word-centric, powerhouse tune with a collection of lyricists that would rival most. The collaborative process on “LAF” has more of a competitive feel then anything, with each wordsmith trying to outshine the next. That being said, Rittz, Yela, Royce, and Crooked create unmatched, harmonious bliss, while crafting individuality around Strange Music’s theme. Not a fan of this track? You must be LAF.
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