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.]
01. Purpose [Prod. By Big K.R.I.T.] 02. Shine On (Feat. Bun B) [Prod. By Big K.R.I.T.] 03. Talkin Bout Nothing [Prod. By Big K.R.I.T.] 04. King Without A Crown [Prod. By Big K.R.I.T.] 05. REM [Prod. By Big K.R.I.T.] 06. Meditate [Prod. By Big K.R.I.T.] 07. Serve This Royalty [Prod. By Big K.R.I.T.] 08. Good [cont.]
K.R.I.T. shows off the very good looking artwork for his upcoming mixtape release, King Remembered In Time.
Cashius Green links up with Big K.R.I.T. for his new track “Convertible Flow” leading to his highly anticipated EP “Pisces” dropping tomorrow. Check out the trailer to get a look and feel of what’s to come off the Pisces EP. “The Pisces woman & The Scorpio man, together make ART. ” – Pastor Green
The last leak from K.R.I.T. forthcoming project King Remembered In Time comes in the form of a dope visual from the homie Luke Choi of KRSP. In the video K.R.I.T. is seen in a dream state while tryin to make sense of what he has been thru in the past year with the release of [cont.]
Self-produced Bun B collabo from K.R.I.T.’s upcoming King Remembered In Time.
The 2013 Bonnaroo Festival line-up has been announced, which will happen June 13-16 in Manchester, TN. Among the hip-hop acts scheduled to perform are the reunited WU-TANG CLAN, as well as Nas, Kendrick Lamar, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, A$AP Rocky, Big K.R.I.T., Action Bronson, Earl Sweatshirt, Killer Mike, plus other acts you might be interested [cont.]
From The Explanation, hitting this Monday.
Another one from Jordan Brand’s XX8 Days of Flight promotion.
Ecko Unltd. presents the official video for the first drop off the mixtape “Underground Airplay” featuring Joey Bada$$, Big K.R.I.T. & Smoke DZA.
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