Get with it folks, Big K.R.I.T. has just released his most recent tape “4eva N A Day” for the free. Get yours. I’m a K.R.I.T., no doubt, he’s been consistently putting together top quality work without putting out any major or for pay release thus far in his career. The man can’t lose. Tracklisting below & Download HERE.
01. Epic (feat. Playboy Tre & Meek Mill) (Prod. by Lil C)
02. Wrong (feat. Spodee) (Prod. by Ryan Tedder)
03. Guest List (feat. Roscoe Dash) (Prod. by B.o.B & Kutta)
04. What Are We Doing (Prod. by B.o.B & Jim Jonsin)
05. Perfect Symetry (feat. 2 Chainz) (Prod. by 7 King)
06. New York New York (Prod. by Mike Caren)
07. Boom Bap (feat. T.I. & Mos Def)
08. Welcome To The Jungle (Prod. by Swizz Beatz)
09. 5 On The Kush (feat. Big K.R.I.T. & Bun B) (Prod. by 2 Much)
10. How Bout Dat (feat. Future & Trae Tha Truth)
11. Things Get Worse (feat. Eminem) (Prod. by Eminem)
12. Fucked Up (feat. Playboy Tre) (Prod. by Davaughn)
13. Strange Clouds (feat. Lil Wayne) (Prod. by Dr. Luke)
14. Friday Night Star (Prod. by Jim Jonsin)
15. High (Prod. by The Aristrocrats)
I’m a big fan of the concept of this album, its needed right now and I don’t think anyone but The Roots would be right to do it:
undun is an existential re-telling of the short life of one Redford Stephens (1974-1999). Through the use of emotives and Redford’s internal dialogues the album seeks to illustrate the intersection of free will and prescribed destiny as it plays out ‘on the corner’. Utilizing a reverse narrative arc, the album begins as the listener finds Redford disoriented–postmortem–and attempting to make sense of his former life. As he moves through its pivotal moments he begins to deconstruct all that has led to his (and our own) coming undun.
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If you don’t know who The Park is you may have seen them on stage with Big K.R.I.T., Freddie Gibbs, The Righteous Movement, and Jesse Boykins III. Though you should know the collective puts together their own compositions and their nothing less than you’d expect out the talent that resides in The Park.
If I hadn’t mentioned it before, Big K.R.I.T. is the future. He’s a complete hip hop package; producer and MC. The Mississippi native has been bringing it for a while and really came on the scene with his stellar K.R.I.T. Wuz Here Mixtape in 2010 and then blew it open with his follow up Returnof4Eva at the top of 2011.
My home girl in the field Lyric Jones, who I caught up with at @A3C this past fall (interview), put this together of her time in SXSW 2011 in Austin, TX. If you need a primer on a few of the young thundercats getting into hip hop Lyric is giving it to you.