Big K.R.I.T. stakes his claim and lets loose verbal artillery on his latest self-produced single shot. Read the rest of this entry
K.R.I.T. enlists the likes of 9th Wonder, Wiz Khalifa, Bun B, Smoke DZA and more for his new 17-cut mixtape. Keep reading for the tracklist and download link. Read the rest of this entry
Big K.R.I.T. links with 9th Wonder who flips the O’Jay’s “For the Love of Money” for their latest joint. You’ll hear it in the background of the Crown Royal whisky commercial with Julius Erving. Keep reading for a behind the scenes look.
From Ecko Unlimited’s upcoming mixtape comes a tight lyrical collab for the underground. Keep reading to watch the video.
Live From The Underground is one of the year’s best albums. One of its socially aware standouts finally gets a video. “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” features some moments of reflection from Mississippi’s lyrical rep.
K.R.I.T. on “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”
Obviously, people know about the book. It’s about a father who wasn’t rich financially, but was rich with a lot of knowledge. So for me, it’s about my dad and him giving me a lot of game and a lot of jewels early in my life. It kind of helped guide me in the right direction now. When the time comes when I have a child, it’s really me kind of giving him the same kind of game and the kind of morals, just in my way. And that’s really what it is, man
“I remember when I fell from my first bike/There were no “are you okays” and rarely “are you alrights”/Just dirt in my pockets, handful of gravel/That’s when I realized that getting up is only half the battle.”