The newest project from independent Southern rapper/producer/singer Big K.R.I.T. has finally dropped to the delight of many that consider themselves fans of hip-hop. Krizzle is always bringing the dope Southern sound that has been inspired by many Southern artists before him and has consistently been putting out projects that do not disappoint.
Couple of videos each of A$AP and Krizzle performing at this past weekend’s Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago.
Another remix from everyones favorite new southern slanger Big K.R.I.T. for his dope track that’s great for slow rides Me & My Old School. Krizzle recruits two more southern legends for this one with Slim Thug and Lil KeKe.
This is a real interesting and inspiring video of Krizzle’s long journey condensed into ten minutes. I’ll let the man himself describe further:
Man… It’s been a long time coming but it’s finally here. My album “Live From The Underground” is online and in stores. In this video you’ll get to see some of the process of making the album. You’ll get to see me working with legend B.B. King in the studio and hear some great stories about some of the songs and the album cover…. y’all enjoy
Big K.R.I.T. showing some love to his fans after the success he felt from his debut album Live From The Underground that dropped back on the 5th. If you haven’t checked that out yet be sure to do so; Krizzle is a rising southern independent hip-hop star and is gaining more and more respect with each passing day.
Big K.R.I.T.’s debut album Live From The Underground dropped this past Tuesday. Check out the TV commercials and don’t forget to listen to the commercials.
Curren$y is getting prepared to unveil his first official album to the world as The Stoned Immaculate drops next Tuesday, June 5th after years of flooding the underground with his style of laid back, very chill hip-hop. Long time Curren$y fans have to be excited about the newest track Spitta has revealed from this project featuring Wiz and Krizzle, considering these three have collaborated to make some awesome songs.
Big K.R.I.T. takes one of his dopest tracks off of his most current mixtape release 4eva N a Day and recruits Flocka and Juicy for an epic remix. Big K.R.I.T.’s debut album, Live From The Underground is set to drop June 5th
Kendrick Lamar always delivers epic tracks and this one is no different. Check out his newest single War Is My Love for the new video game Ghost Recond Future Soldier.
Kid Ink and Kirko Bangz are two very dope young artists and I love their sound together. I really think that a collaborative project between these two would be sick as hell considering their similar styles and sound play off each other extremely well. Anyways, check out their brand new track produced by Cardiak and Frank Dukes titled Take It Down. Up & Away in stores independently June 12th.
In case you haven’t been to a club or anywhere that plays current hip-hop recently, this dude Ca$h Out has found himself a club anthem with his jam Cashin’ Out. Even though there’s been a number of rappers goin in over the beat including Wale, we now have the official remix! Turn this shit up and get ready to hear this bangin in all the clubs!
Newest single off of Big K.R.I.T.’s debut album Live From The Underground dropping June 5th. This album is shaping up to be an amazing debut for the young southern boy. It seems that all of his hard work in the mixtape grind is going to pay off with an incredible freshman project. Keep it locked for more from this Mississippi emcee.
Big K.R.I.T.’s debut album is set to drop June 5th and we now have the track list and cover art. Cover art isn’t too far off from the tour poster so not much surprise there. Also it seems Krizzle is going on his own for the most part with this album only having a couple features. Is anyone surprised to see 2 Chainz made it on the album though? That dude is literally everywhere. Here’s the track list.
1. LFU300MA (Intro)
2. Live From The Underground
3. Cool 3 Be Southern
4. I Got This
5. Money On The Floor feat. 8Ball & MJG and 2 Chainz
6. What U Mean feat. Ludacris
7. My Sub (Pt. 2: The Jackin’)
8. Don’t Let Me Down
9. Porchlight feat. Anthony Hamilton
10. Pull Up feat. Big Sant & Bun B
11. Yeah Dats Me
12. Hydroplaning feat. Devin The Dude
13. If I Fall feat. Melanie Fiona
14. Rich Dad, Poor Dad
15. Praying Man feat. B.B. King
16. Live From The Underground (Reprise) feat. Ms. Linnie