Mr. Fritz’ “XXL Freestyle” is the first of several visuals that will be released leading up to the highly anticipated project The Glory. Fritz incorporates the names of the other hometown heroes from XXL’s recent article, 15 Boston Rappers You Should Know, into his rhymes; delivering 32 hard-hitting bars on top of production by Latrell James. The “XXL Freestyle” from Mr. Fritz is also available for download below.
Featured in XXL’s 15 Boston Rappers You Should Know, describing his sound as “Down on your luck, recession era rap delivered in a low Biggie-ish baritone”, Mr. Fritz incorporates strong lyricism, clever punch lines, high energy, and detailed storytelling in his music. Not only does he utilize his own life experiences but he depicts stories of what he has witnessed growing up in Boston neighborhoods.
Fresh off an appearance in XXL as one of 15 Boston RappersYou Should Know, the rapper/producer releases his new single “Feeling You.” Produced by J1K, the smooth cut samples Alicia Keys’ “Feelin Me, Feelin U” .
New collaboration between Mr. Fritz and Boston-based production trio Jungle Club. “Whitey Bulger” was produced by member JHowell and mastered by Kae Tea and will function as the first single off Howell’s upcoming compilation album Bag Of Goodies, which will feature a handful of artists rapping over his beats.
Pipedream Music Group proudly presents Mr. Fritz’s Bragging Rights. With Fritz himself and Lindsey Gamble serving as executive producers and featuring 13 tracks, the 25-year-old artist was able to wrangle guest features from Dutch Rebelle, Latrell James, Top Billion, Galaxy, E.G.O., Matthew Rosewood, Arianna Lashea, M. Card, and Ora Slick. In addition to producing five tracks himself, Johnny Juliano, 5 Star Generals, Duce P, Taz Taylor, GarudasHellMuzik, WarBeats, and Hucktana Belvidere provide the beats. The album is spearheaded by lead singles “Work,” “Blue Visa (Ghetto)” and “Doin’ What I Gotta Do.”
The self-produced track is a personal track that many others can relate to, especially if they have grown up in any section of the city of Boston. Centered around what people call “Blue Visa,” the Massachusetts EBT card/welfare card, Fritz dives deep into his own personal experiences as well as what he has witnessed in the environment around him. Topics include poverty, violence, adversity, and more. Be on the lookout for Mr. Frtiz’ Bragging Rights this April.
New music from Mr. Fritz, a Boston based hip hop artist, producer and engineer. Currently, he’s working on his third project, Bragging Rights. He recently released this single “Work,” produced by Johnny Juliano. The 24-year-old emcee incorporates strong lyricism, clever punch lines, high energy, and detailed storytelling in his music. Not only does he utilize his own life experiences but he depicts stories of what he has witnessed growing up in Boston neighborhoods. The track “Work” is available for download below.