Big K.R.I.T. sits down with ThisIs50′s Jack Thriller to discuss details on his upcoming collaborative LP with Yelawolf titled, The Friend Zone, Alabama, his King Remembered In Time mixtape, and more.
Juicy J’s best friend (and my future-ex-lover haha) grabbed Big K.R.I.T. and K-So for track-nine off her new mixtape, It’s Game Involved, which I’ve included for stream/download after the jump. UPDATE: Boo also dropped some visuals for “Indian Jones” as well.
In part 3 of our interview with Big K.R.I.T. about his King Remembered In Time mixtape, K.R.I.T. talked about the struggles and pressure that came with making his first album; feeling like he failed and let his fans down; his resolve to never let it happen again; the redemption he felt from the reception of King Remembered In Time; what it was like to work with 9th Wonder and BJ The Chicago Kid; other producers with whom he would like to work; the relationship between the cover art for King Remembered In Time, 4eva N a Day and Return of 4eva; why he uses stars on each cover; the meaning of Multi; what to expect from his next album and more.
DeLorean’s GRACE is coming soon.
Here’s part 2 of our sit down with Big K.R.I.T. where he reflects on the subjects discussed on his King Remembered in Time mixtape. In this episode, K.R.I.T. talks about how Bun B has served as a mentor, the relationship between pimping and hip-hop, the potential consequences of one night stands and substance abuse, how he uses poetry to express himself and much more. As usual, K.R.I.T. holds no punches when it comes to discussing serious matters.
Big K.R.I.T.’s King Remembered In Time mixtape is one of his most personal efforts to date. We sat down and chopped it up with K.R.I.T. about the project and he reflected on the meaning behind every track. In part 1, K.R.I.T. talks about why he named the project King Remembered in Time (effectively after himself) and the process of recording the mixtape (he literally slept in the studio). He also talks about what he believes his Purpose is as an artist, as well as his reasons for making The Only One. Lastly, K.R.I.T. speaks on “The Banana Clip Theory,” his commentary on gun violence and the vicious cycle of destruction it engenders. This is Big K.R.I.T.’s definitive guide through King Remembered in Time.
Props to AFH.
Big K.R.I.T. gets busy in 106 & Park’s “The Backroom.” Grab his King Remembered In Time mixtape today.
With his new mixtape still bubbling, K.R.I.T. sits down with The Mixdown to speak on individual tracks from it.
Similar to the Wyclef post below, I’m well aware that some folks don’t click on everything posted around these parts. And just incase you aren’t familiar with Scotty just yet, check the Trinidad James and Big K.R.I.T. assisted cut (produced by DJ Burn One) off his F.A.I.T.H. project that dropped earlier today.
With 3 Little Digs’ cameras capturing the action, the Houston natives linked up with the Mississippi hero for DeLorean’s GRACE single (which is out now).
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Refrain from bein lame, say it like you mean it.
Smoke DZA and Big K.R.I.T. lend verses to track-14 off the recently-released Slow Bucks Over Everything mixtape, All We Got Is Us (which I’ve included after the jump). Other features on the tape include Jadakiss, (a ton of) Juelz Santana, Yo Gotti, Waka Flocka and more.