Big K.R.I.T. brings "Soul Food" to Fallon.
Big K.R.I.T. released his sophomore album, Cadillactica to much praise last year, which earned him the honor of performing with The Roots on Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show last night.
KRIT was joined by Raphael Saadiq, who produced "Soul Food" and was featured as a vocalist, playing bass for the live version of the record. As always, The Roots fleshed out the beat with some warm instrumentation, while Krizzle preached, donning a shirt that read "across culture, darker people suffer the most. why?", a quote we first saw on one Andre 3000 from OutKast's reunion tour jumpsuits.
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