Singer and songwriter Ritz Murphy makes a big appearance the primary single “Boytoy”, off of his up and coming collection “Back in the Game.” “Boytoy” has a tense, musical beat that features Ritz’s R&B roots and unimaginable vocal cleaves. With a danceable furrow and a chime in snare, “Boytoy” will interest pop spectators around the world.
The San Diego-based singer truly realizes how to make individuals score to. Regardless of whether the innate esque beats are rehashed too often, you’ll wind up making the most of its snare and the stunning falsettos.
Ritz Murphy is originally from San Diego and he started singing at a young age. Straight out of school, Ritz joined the vocal group Rare Blend, and before he knew it, Rare Blend was signed to a record deal with Curb Records in Nashville. Rare Blend had a number of singles that topped the charts, including songs on the platinum-selling soundtrack for “Coyote Ugly” and the international hit film “Angel Eyes” starring Jennifer Lopez.
Following his successful run with Rare Blend, Ritz set out on his solo career. After moving to Los Angeles, Ritz fronted several popular L.A. bands and wrote songs with L.A. producers like Kenetix, and songwriters like Jaime Galvez who co-wrote “Don’t Wanna Try” with Frankie J that went Top 20 on the US Billboard charts. Ritz then moved to Nashville where he started writing new songs with a new flavor and teamed up with L.A. producer/writer Kenetix and North Carolina based producer Krazyfigz to create a new chapter in his career. Find out more about Ritz at www.ritzmurphy.com.
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