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Big K.R.I.T. to drop "Might Not Be O.K." with multi-instrumentalist Kenneth Whalum on September 16th.

Big K.R.I.T. has released music sporadically since his last mixtape, It's Better This Way, dropped last October. (Unless you're counting his 12-track freestyle tape #12FOR12.) Thursday morning, Krizzle announced on Instagram that he will release something called "Might Not Be O.K." with multi-instrumentalist Kenneth Whalum next Friday.

Whalum is a GRAMMY-winning singer, producer, and saxophonist who hails from Memphis. He's worked with artists like D'Angelo, Maxwell, and Jay-Z. He's the Terrace Martin of the South, if you will. He produced Krit's "King Pt. 4" and previously connected with Krit on "Away" in 2014.

Is it a single? Is it an album? Check back Friday, September 16th to find out.

9/16

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Big K.R.I.T. Is Dropping New Music Next Friday

Big K.R.I.T. to drop "Might Not Be O.K." with multi-instrumentalist Kenneth Whalum on September 16th.


Big K.R.I.T. has released music sporadically since his last mixtape, It's Better This Way, dropped last October. (Unless you're counting his 12-track freestyle tape #12FOR12.) Thursday morning, Krizzle announced on Instagram that he will release something called "Might Not Be O.K." with multi-instrumentalist Kenneth Whalum next Friday.

Whalum is a GRAMMY-winning singer, producer, and saxophonist who hails from Memphis. He's worked with artists like D'Angelo, Maxwell, and Jay-Z. He's the Terrace Martin of the South, if you will. He produced Krit's "King Pt. 4" and previously connected with Krit on "Away" in 2014.

Is it a single? Is it an album? Check back Friday, September 16th to find out.

9/16

A photo posted by Big K.R.I.T. (@youngkrizzle) on

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