Rick Ross “Freaky Ho” Ft. Juicy J, Too Short & Big K.R.I.T. (Prod. By: Big K.R.I.T. & WOLFE de MÇHLS)

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Maybach Music Group releases their “Priorities 5” compilation featuring various artists. Ross recruits Big K.R.I.T. for the hook of his “Freaky Ho” track featuring Juicy J & Too Short. Not only does Krizzle carry the hook, he produced the track also w/ WOLFE de MÇHLS. Check out the track below!

New Music: Big K.R.I.T. “Free Agent” (Produced By: Big K.R.I.T. and WLPWR)


Big K.R.I.T. drops his latest song “Free Agent” today, following up the premiere on “Sways Universe” yesterday. Krizzle sets the record straight about his past, present and future label situation. K.R.I.T. is letting everyone know the game has been the game for him from day one and that he is a FREE AGENT. Krizzle handles the boards of course with additional production from long time collaborator WLPWR. Listen to K.R.I.T.’s declaration of independence below.

“Even when I was signed, it was MULTI TIL I DIE… Proving muthaf***ers wrong every gotdamn time.”

The Breakfast Club w/ Big K.R.I.T. On Leaving Def Jam and Performing At BET Hip Hop Awards

Big K.R.I.T. discusses his departure from Def Jam, performing at BET Hip Hop Awards, the election being a reality show, turning the n word against people that use it and much more with The Breakfast Club.

BIG K.R.I.T. Premieres “FREE AGENT”, Freestyle & Interview On Sway In The Morning

Big K.R.I.T shook the audience during his powerful 2016 BET Hip Hop Awards performance and talks about it all during his Sway in the Morning interview.

He also opens up about leaving Def Jam records and why he prefers to be independent — Sway points out that up-and-coming artists should pay attention to his moves.

Watch above as he also speaks on why he stopped drinking and how he dropped so much weight.

T.I. “Switchin Lanes” Featuring Big K.R.I.T. & Trev Case


T.I. drops his latest EP “US OR ELSE” and enlists Big K.R.I.T. as one of the artist to spit beside him as he speaks his mind on today’s injustices. “Switchin Lanes” makes the 2nd collab(“I’m Flexin”) T.I. recruits K.R.I.T. for. Make sure what you ride for… Is something you’ll die for.

Big K.R.I.T. Delivers A Powerful Performance On BET’s “Hip Hop Awards”

Big K.R.I.T. delivers a powerful spoken word performance of his verse from; his collaboration with Kenneth Whalum, “Might Not Be OK.” It was K.R.I.T.’s first time performing on the BET “Hip Hop Awards,” and he definitely left his mark receiving a standing ovation from the crowd of his peers and fans. The moment has been talked about from the moment they recorded it a few weeks before the premiere on the network. Tonight when the whole world was finally able to share in the magic moment, it left hearts and eyes open to injustices, and to Big K.R.I.T..

[Billboard.com] Big K.R.I.T. Talks Parting Ways With Def Jam & His New Independent Venture, Multi

big-k-r-i-t-performs-onstage-during-the-2016-bet-hip-hop-awards-billboard-1548Before taking the stage at the taping for the BET Hip Hop Awards for a politically-charged performance on Saturday night (Sept. 17), Big K.R.I.T. hit the green carpet and spoke with Billboard about parting with his former label, and what his latest business venture entails.

“I’ve always had my creative control but people just grow apart. The business was also changing, and it just happened. It is was it is,” he explained. “I’m not going to elaborate into the extreme. It’s definitely a longer story but for the most part, it’s no love lost.”

He continued by plugging his new production company, MULTI, which he says represents multi-talented people like himself. “I produce, I mix, I rap, I write, I sing. I’m bringing aboard a lot of people who can play more than one position,” K.R.I.T. explained. “You’ve got Big Sant, a hip hop artist who writes and is also an actor. I’ve got other producers I’m working with as well, so it’s amazing.”

Read Full Article: HERE

OkayPlayer.com: [WORLD PREMIERE] Kenneth Whalum “Might Not Be OK” Feat. Big K.R.I.T.


Whalum premieres this powerful new single “Might Not Be Ok” with the help of Big K.R.I.T. The piano-laden track has Whalum and K.R.I.T. attacking the issue of police brutality. The song has both artists beautifully emoting as Kenneth’s smooth vocals are juxtaposed by K.R.I.T.’s fiery verse on the current state of affairs in the black community.

Read Full Article: HERE


Revolt.tv: Ranking Big K.R.I.T.’s “12 FOR 12” Freestyles

IMG_5812Big K.R.I.T. set the bar for rap fanatics on Tuesday, showing and proving with 12 back-to-back freestyles as part of his XII/XII series. It started at noon and released throughout the day by the hour. Innovative, fresh, and just plain exciting, the campaign served as a trophy for longtime fans who’ve championed the respected MC for all these years. Simply put, the #12for12 freestyles proved to be an “I told you so” moment for fans, as Young Krizzle not only delivered, but banked it over the heads of critics one song at a time. So how did the former Def Jam signee do? Check out our ranking of K.R.I.T.’s 12 freestyles: HERE


Greg Street – “I Am Somebody” Featuring Big K.R.I.T., B.o.B., Akon & Jesse Jackson

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Over chants from american civil rights activist Jesse Jackson, DJ Greg Street stands proud alongside B.o.B., Big K.R.I.T. and Akon in this unreleased track.

Via RapRadar.com