Big K.R.I.T. drops his latest leak off the upcoming King Remembered In Time, which drops as soon as it’s finished which should be soon. The soulful R.E.M., which features a sample from James Blake’s The Wilhelm Scream, has K.R.I.T. looking back trying to make sense of the past year since he’s dropped Live From The Underground.
K.R.I.T. drops some new fire with the help of the Underground King, Bun B. King Remembered In Time drops soon.
The Mississippi native drops the video for his poetic journey of memories through a flip-book. This one’s off K.R.I.T.‘s LP Live From The Underground.
Mississippi natives, David Banner & Big K.R.I.T., team up for a track on his upcoming mixtape Sex, Drugs and Video Games. While the mixtape is a free mixtape he’s asking for people donations (whatever amount they like, he’s hoping for 2 million people to donate 1 dollar) to support the movement of artists controlling their own music, movies and content. Once the donation goal is met he will shoot a movie that will drop on 5-22-2013, with a portion of the donations also going to charity. Head over to DavidBanner.com to donate. Sex, Drugs and Video Games drops May 22nd, 2012.
K.R.I.T. drops the video for Boobie Miles that dropped on his recent mixtape 4Eva N A Day, found here. The video contains a series of sports montages, and a small performance scene of K.R.I.T., which is quite suitable since the whole track is about picking yourself back up after things have had a poor outcome.
Big K.R.I.T. drops his latest mixtape 4Eva N A Day, something that the internet has been waiting for since it was first mentioned a while back. With production done entirely by K.R.I.T., and featuring no other artists, the mixtape shows exactly where Big K.R.I.T. stands on his own. The mixtape focuses on that southern style rap that K.R.I.T. has become so well known for. Here’s a sample of the mixtape, hit the jump for the tracklist and download link.
Some of ya’ll may be familiar with my freestyle KING that I released in 2010, that touched on social issues and topics I felt important to speak on. I’d like to feel KING pt. 2 picks up where that left off.
Somehow Trae Tha Truth was able to compile a list of some of hip-hop’s top lyricists, minus Gudda Gudda, and jump on the Mark Morrison Return of the Mack sample.
Along with dropping the album art for his upcoming mixtape 4eva Na Day, K.R.I.T. decided to give a taste of what the mixtape is gonna sound like. Check back Feb 20th for the entire mixtape.
The 1st song I wanted 2 release from #4evaNaDay is called Boobie Miles. It’s about over coming all the obstacles that block your dreams, the sacrifices that come with how hard you have to go to obtain your goal, giving your all no matter what the situation, the only difference between a winner N a loser is a winner plays until he wins – K.R.I.T.