Produced by Mr. Lee, from Slim Thug’s upcoming Boss Life LP.
Big K.R.I.T. frees up the instrumentals from his 4Eva N A Day project, for download.
From The Outtahere Project, available now. The OuttaHere Project by Go Dreamer
From Scotty’s F.A.I.T.H. mixtape.
Directed By Steve-Ography from King Remembered In Time, available now.
Big K.R.I.T. offers the third part of his “KING” freestyle series, this time borrowing Nas’ “Stay” instrumental.
Directed by Mark Ecko. From K.R.I.T.’s King Remembered In Time mixtape, available now.
Congratulations to Foreign Allegiance, winners of The BIG MIX producer challenge. VIBE & McDonald’s scouted the most sonically impressive beats from up-and-coming hip-hop producers and brought on guest judge Big K.R.I.T. to select the creme of the crop. Hailing from Flint, Michigan, Big K.R.I.T. selected Foreign Allegiance to collaborate with on this track, now available [cont.]
While on his King Remembered In Time tour, Big K.R.I.T. sat down with StrongArm (90.5FM KSJS) for an exclusive interview after his performance at DNA Lounge in San Francisco. Among topics discussed were the new project, K.R.I.T. (King Remembered In Time) and tour, linking with Spike Lee for a short film for the “Praying Man” [cont.]
From Jackie Chain’s new Bruce Lean Chronicles 2 mixtape.
Big K.R.I.T. talks about the “Friend Zone”, how to get a girls number, people thinking people from Alabama aren’t intelligent, collaborative LP with Yelawolf, jumping in the crowd, King Remembered In Time mixtape & much more.
From Spree’s Welcome to Life In Technicolor Vol.1 Spree Wilson on the project: “The “Life in Technicolor EP” was inspired by summer and love and 90′s Atlanta Bass/Urban Music. The reason we started working on this is because we wanted to make a fun project that was influenced by being young in the summer and [cont.]
Big K.R.I.T. freestyles for the Backroom up at 106 & Park.
Esteban spends time with rapper Big K.R.I.T., who breaks down tracks from his new mixtape “King Remembered in Time.”
Soul Culture sits down with Mississipi rapper Big K.R.I.T for our ongoing #OKNotToBeOK mental health campaign, as he speaks on loneliness, depression and finally making the decision to be happy.
Snoop and Big K.R.I.T. drop a few bars for Sway’s MTV gig. Get More: Big K.R.I.T., RapFix Live, Full Episodes
GRACE coming soon.
Big K.R.I.T.’s “Rich Dad Poor Dad” (off his Live From the Underground album) is a deeply personal record. In the song, K.R.I.T. shares some of the many jewels his father dropped on him as a kid and how that shaped him as a man. For the video to the song, K.R.I.T. went even deeper. He [cont.]
A few days prior to the release of Big Krit’s latest project “King Remembered In Time”, Krit held a Ustream chat to preview the project and answer questions from his fans. 3 Little Digs was on hand to capture the moment and give the perspective of what was actually happening in the room. Studio Life: [cont.]
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