After giving us the title track nearly a fortnight ago Krit decides to hit us up with some in-studio footage of he and producer DJ Dahi creating the record last year, unknown to the fact that the record would go on to be the title track for his sixth project.
Big K.R.I.T. released the title track off his forthcoming album, Cadillactica last night. Tonight Krizzle returns with the official video for his Rico Love assisted first single “Pay Attention”. K.R.I.T. caters to the ladies with this record, and we’re not mad at all. His sophomore album is set to be released on November 11th.
Pre-order the album here.
Krizzle is to release his sophomore album titled Cadillactica, and tonight since the album is up for pre-order here’s the title track for our listening pleasure. Track #3 is the bouncy, Big Krit signature sounding “Cadillactica”, and we’re excited to hear this. The album will be available on November 11th, and you can stream the track plus check out the tracklisting after the break as well.
Big K.R.I.T. continues to give his fans consistent music, just a few moments ago Krizzle releases the fourth installment of See Me On Top.
Not gonna post much, just grab it after the break.
Last week, Rozay released the official video for the Scott Storch produced single “Supreme”. Today, he unveils the official remix, featuring Mase, Big K.R.I.T. & Fabolous. Featuring vocals from Keith Sweat.
While we continue to wait for Big K.R.I.T.’s upcoming album, Cadillactica, Big Krizzle warms us up with a new collaboration with Rico Love called “Pay Attention”. This track is produced by Jim Jonsin.
Krizzle has easily been the topic of conversations over the last couple of years when it comes to discussing consistency in his music. Big K.R.I.T. has announced a new collection, highlighting four of his mixtapes titled, The Underground Edition. From cassette tapes, CD’s, t-shirts, vinyl and more, I don’t think any die hard Krizzle fan would want to miss this.
“The Underground Edition [is] a limited-edition set highlighting all four of his acclaimed mixtapes: K.R.I.T. Wuz Here, Return Of 4eva, 4eva N A Day, and King Remembered In Time. Available on cassette tape, CD, and vinyl, this exclusive collection will be individually numbered, in a custom slipcase with a bonus T-shirt, poster, and stickers. CD and vinyl editions limited to 500 units. Cassette edition limited to 250 units.”
Before hitting the stage at KUBE 93′s 2014 Summer Jam at The Gorge Amphitheater, Big K.R.I.T. sat down with DJ Hypen. The two discussed the criticism behind his debut album, Live From The Underground, having to set aside being a producer and just being an artist on creating his sophomore effort. Around the 4 minute mark, Krizzle reveals that he’s been working with Jim Jonsin, DJ Dahi, Terrace Martin, on his upcoming album. Sounds very diverse, but we’re ready.
Before performing at KUBE 93′s 2014 Summer Jam at The Gorge Amphitheatre, Big K.R.I.T. spoke with one half of the Seattle radio station’s Sunday Night Sound Session crew, DJ Hyphen. The pair talked about K.R.I.T.’s upcoming “Cadillactica” album, the criticism he received for “Live From The Underground,” and the differences in his creative process between mixtapes and albums. K.R.I.T. revealed he’ll be working with other producers on “Cadillactica” and gave us some insight on the tips they shared with him in the studio. Among other topics, he ended by discussing the motivation behind his “Mt. Olympus” track, the South’s ongoing battle for lyrical respect, and the feeling of when fans connect with his music and support it on a deeper level.