Big K.R.I.T. Songs

  • Forbidden Knowledge
    Forbidden Knowledge
    Raury and Big K.R.I.T. share a distinctly Southern viewpoint and introspective disposition, so it was only a matter of time before they linked up in the studio. With his debut album All We Need right around the corner, Raury taps Krit for a verse on his new single "Forbidden Knowledge.
  • Grippin' Grain
    Grippin' Grain
    With a title like "Grippin' Grain," you know it's about to be some Southern shit. That's exactly what Maybach Music's DJ, DJ Scream, brings us this afternoon, and to really create an authentic experience, he brings us a few different generations of Southern rappers to round out the record-- from veteran MC 8 Ball, to Big K.R.I.T., to up-and-comer Scotty ATL. The record is built around a twanging guitar loop and bassline, with organ keys sprinkled through out.
  • 86
    Big K.R.I.T. is about to head out on his Kritically Acclaimed tour, but first, he's celebrating his birthday. He's released a brand new record for the occasion, using his birth year as the title, but also paying tribute to his favorite car, the '86 Monte Carlo. 
  • Guilty As Charged
    Guilty As Charged
    Every new Big K.R.I.T. song is a cause for celebration, even if it's a loosie. The King Remembered In Time contributes a track to a new compilation called Free Game by SupaHotBeats, and now you can listen to "Guilty As Charged" right here.  This time, K.R.I.T. rides a smooth beat, complete with Outkast-esque electric guitar, and raps about a girl doing "drive-bys all on my dick," which is definitely an interesting metaphor for him to pursue throughout the track.
  • Spillin' Drank (Remix)
    Spillin' Drank (Remix)
    Mitchelle'l is yet another one of Grand Hustle's secret weapons, honing a unique singing voice that sounds perfectly at home on some warm, Houston-centric production. Reminiscent of Z-Ro or Big Moe if they saw themselves as technical singers first, Mitchelle'l keeps the spirit of the city alive with his impressive crooning.
  • In The Wind
    In The Wind
    Tomorrow, on 7/7, Statik Selektah will release his new album Lucky 7, but first, he's giving us one more track to tide us over. "In The Wind" is a warm, uplifting cut from the album's first half, and it features Joey Bada$$ (one of his three features on the project), Big K.R.I.T. and Chauncy Sherod (who contributed vocals all over Action Bronson's recent Mr. Wonderful). 
  • My Uzi
    My Uzi
    David Banner is currently cooking up another important, socially conscious body of work titled The God Box, which will serve as his first album since 2012's Sex, Drugs, & Video Games. To start the anticipated roll out process, David has given us the green light to premiere his new single “My Uzi” featuring Mississippi brethren Big K.R.I.T.
  • Pleaure Toy
    Pleaure Toy
    Bilal popped up this morning when his anticipated collaboration with Kendrick Lamar, "Money Over Love," surfaced in CDQ long-snippet-form. The song, off Bilal's forthcoming album In Another Life, was previewed by BBC Radio's Gilles Peterson. This afternoon we get our second preview of In Another Life, with Bilal's "Pleasure Toy" featuring Big K.R.I.T.
  • God Bless America
    God Bless America
    Dizzy Wright is now a day away from the release of his new album, The Growing Process. With the album impacting tomorrow, we've got one last leak off the album with the feature-heavy "God Bless America." The mellow vibe is produced by SnizzyOnTheBeat. It's a more serious, thoughtful record, as Dizzy vents about life, music, and all that good stuff. Dizzy taps two fellow lyrical beasts for their input, Krizzle and Tech N9ne, with a hook handled by singer Chel'le. 
  • Come And See Me
    Come And See Me
    Ludacris’ long awaited album, Ludaversal, was just made available for pre-orders tonight on iTunes, and for those of you who take advantage of the early purchase will receive this new Big K.R.I.T-assisted cut titled “Come And See Me” for free.
  • K.R.I.T. 4eva (Chapter One)
    K.R.I.T. 4eva (Chapter One)
    The past two days have found Big K.R.I.T. popping up more than once. It's been a minute since he's dropped off new music, but after giving us a SXSW jam "B4SXSW" yesterday, he returns today with "K.R.I.T.
  • Keep Running
    Keep Running
    Childish Major has been impressing us with his singing chops, which he's experimented with on a few recent releases like the sombre "Angel," and "Catfishin'." Soon we'll get to hear a lot more from him, as he readies a joint EP with fellow ATLien Matik Estrada, called Community Service, for March 15th.
  • B4SXSW
    SXSW wasn't always so rap-dominated, but Big K.R.I.T. definitely came up just as hip hop was taking over the annual event. That's where he earned his first Nardwuar interview in 2011, and kept building from there. He's hitting up the festival once again this year (after taking a year off in 2014), and he's got a big event planned with guest including Smoke DZA, Casey Veggies, Chevy Woods, Two 9, Alex Wiley, and more.To promote the show, he's released a new record, and he's decided to honor Texas, the setting of the event, by getting all chopped and screwed on us.
  • Top Ten
    Top Ten
    Last night, Logic reached 400,000 followers on Twitter, which wouldn't be a very noteworthy occasion if he hadn't decided to celebrate by dropping a new loosie featuring Big K.R.I.T. Produced by Logic's go-to beatmaker, 6ix, "Top Ten" has both MCs sounding right at home over a soulful beat. 
  • BlackMan Pt. 1
    BlackMan Pt. 1
    The other week Trinidad James leaked "BlackMan Pt 2" in addition to dropping a free EP The WAKE Up. Now we can all stop scratching our heads wondering what happened to 'part 1' cause here it is. "Blackman Pt. 2" was on more of a melodic, futuristic tip with production from Diplo.
  • Let It Show
    Let It Show
    Yesterday, Big K.R.I.T.'s Cadillactica finally arrived (though it may not have done so while it was "still hot enough outside to ride with your windows down and your top dropped," as Krizzle previously promised). The Best Buy edition of the album included a few bonus tracks, and now a DJ Dahi-produced one of those, "Let It Show," has surfaced online.
  • Everywhere I Go
    Everywhere I Go
    Talib Kweli and Javotti Media's new tape, The Cathedral, has him putting on a number of younger artists, as well as teaming up with old homies like Pharoahe Monch for some very enjoyable tracks. One of them is "Everywhere I Go," in which Kweli takes a trip down south to link up with Curren$y and Big K.R.I.T.
  • King Of The South
    King Of The South
    Big K.R.I.T. kicks off our weekend with a new record off his upcoming album Cadillactica. While we know T.I. as the self-appointed King of the South, Krizzle is coming for that title on his latest leak. Do you think K.R.I.T. is the new Kang of the South?  This one's a straight Southern banger with dope production coming from the man himself. K.R.I.T. takes the opportunity to vent about being underrated. Although Krizzle did branch out with producers on the forthcoming Cadillactica, his self-produced joints are often the best trunk bangers.
  • Soul Food
    Soul Food
    Big K.R.I.T. has been giving us heat so far off his upcoming album Cadillactica, but today he decides to tone it down a bit. Calling on R&B/Soul singer Raphael Saadiq, Krizzle shares with us track #5 “Soul Food”.
  • Cadillactica
    Big K.R.I.T. just dropped off his See Me On Top Vol. 4 mixtape a few weeks back, and yet he’s already eyeing the release of his new album Cadillactica. With two dope records already in the books, including "Mt. Olympus" & most recently “Pay Attention”, we got another new leak for ya tonight that’s surfaced online called “Cadillactica", (aka the project's title track).
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