RetcH and V Don connect with Dave East on “Devil On My Back.”
Creating buzz has never been an issue for charismatic New Jersey rapper, RetcH. Carving out his space in the urban scene with his sly & crafty wordplay and quick-fire beats, RetcH has caught the attention of many since the release of Polo Sporting Goods. He has also made a name for himself online, which most recently alley ooped him a feature on N.E.R.D’s track ‘Lemon’ with Rihanna, in addition to appearances from other collaborators such as Action Bronson, Mac Miller, Dave East, Maxo Kream, Roc Marciano, ScHoolboy Q, and many more. RetcH’s career is a testament to the commitment and love that he has for his music, a quality which is easy to see by the number of projects he has released while independent. Almost a decade after releasing his first mixtapes online, Retch’s determination to continue to release music is more powerful now than ever. Retch’s raw, honest approach and dedication have truly separated him from the rest.
While RetcH is currently incarcerated, with hopes of being released in the next few months, he recorded Gone ‘Til Autumn before he was imprisoned with Harlem based producer V Don, who is best known for his work with 50 Cent, A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg, 2 Chainz, Jadakiss, The Game, Dave East, Curren$y, Lloyd Banks, Styles P, Smoke DZA, Willie The Kid and many more, and his solo work, The Opiate, and more recently Black Mass.
“RetcH and East spazzed on this; another grimey standout from the tape” offered V Don. “Devil On My Back” came together so smoothly. I think V had part of the song done already when we were in the A (Atlanta) recording. He played it for me and I had to hop on it” RetcH commented to Complex. “This beat really set the tone for the project as a whole. Collaborating with V Don is by far one of the best experiences I’ve had yet, bro go crazy.”
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