Big K.R.I.T. plans on releasing upcoming mixtape inspired by being on tour, and wants to continue producing collaboration efforts.
After the release of his first big label LP Live from the Underground, Big K.R.I.T. and Yelawolf have talked about doing a collabo Southern-themed mixtape entitled Coutry Cuzzins. Fans have been waiting patiently to see the two team up.
In an interview with Sermon's Domain, the Mississippi rapper mentioned the upcoming Yelawolf collaboration would have 22 records, and that he intends on getting to work on another mixtape project, "I mean I want to do another project. Nothing major, major. Like the other two had 22 records." The ideas for the upcoming work is spawned from his time on the road, "there’s a lot of ideas that I got from being on the road, there’s a lot of things I experienced since the album that I want to write about, talk about."
After jumping on the Curren$y "Jet Life" single, Big K.R.I.T. wants to continue to collaborate with different artists, "Production-wise, I’m looking forward to working with a lot of other artists. Even having the record "Jet Life" for Spitta, I got a lot of other beats I plan on placing."
Check out the interview in full below.