Rick Ross reloads his single “Supreme” featuring Kieth Sweat by adding Fabolous, Ma$e and Big K.R.I.T. to the remix. Tell me it’s real… How does it feel?
The Meridian, Mississippi-native debuts his new single “Pay Attention.” Produced by Jim Jonsin, the song features singer-songwriter-producer Rico Love. Cadillactica is on the way. Due later this year via Def Jam Records, Cinematic Music Group & MULTI Alumni.
Artwork By Joe Perez of DONDA
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DJ Infamous continues to make big moves as the veteran Atlanta DJ drops his latest single “Somethin Right.” The record is something of celebration, with Mississippi’s Big K.R.I.T. and Memphis’ own Yo Gotti lacing the bass-heavy track with boastful rhymes about putting on for the South. K.R.I.T. is behind the boards on this one, and as usually he comes through with soulful production that takes the listener to church. “Somethin Right” follows Infamous’ all-star remix of “Double Cup,” which includes contributions from Ace Hood, Jim Jones, Gotti, and more.
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Big K.R.I.T. drops an epic visual for his first single “Mt. Olympus,” from his upcoming sophomore album “Cadillactica.” The video is directed by KRSP Visuals, who also directed “The Vent,” “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” and “REM.” Together they paint the emotion of the record while presenting K.R.I.T. in true form, a King Remembered In Time standing on his virtues and beliefs.
“Cadillactica” will be out this fall, but for now enjoy the download of “Mt. Olympus”: HERE.
Gary Clark Jr. releases his latest mixtape of remixes from his 2012 album “Blak & Blu.” Last year he released the remix to the title track featuring Big K.R.I.T., and the mixtape features a remix by K.R.I.T. for the track “When The Train Pulls In”(Big K.R.I.T. Remix). Download the tape below.
Big K.R.I.T. has released the first single off his long awaited sophomore release, Cadillactica. The track is called “MT. Olympus” and is four minutes of K.R.I.T. taking heavy swings with non-stop swagger even referencing Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse on which he was named.
“What’s good for hip hop may not be good for my soul,” K.R.I.T. raps.
The Mississippi wordsmith released the track with Twitter support behind him, rerouting fans to get #MTOlympus trending and gifting the song once his followers reached the 500,000 mark.
“Cadillactica” will be out this fall on Def Jam.
You may not be familiar with Kolley just yet but with the premiere of his latest track, “Real Love,” you’ll definitely want to get aquainted. He made his musical debut with “Get In Line” back in April. Straight out of Bassfield, MS (a town with a population of 235 people), Kolley is ready to put his town on the map when he releases his new mixtape, RNS, on April 30. The tape features production from Metro Boomin, 808 Mafia, Bobby Johnson, Big K.R.I.T., Zaytoven and more.
Listen to his K.R.I.T.-produced track below.