Big K.R.I.T. Talks Ambitious, Blues-Soaked Double Disc Return

In 2013, Mississippi rapper Big K.R.I.T. was one of the most celebrated rapper/producers on Earth: signed to Def Jam, shouted out as Kendrick Lamar’s competition on his “Control” verse and regarded as the future-minded heir to the bass-heavy “country rap” pioneered by UGK. His second album, the following year’s Cadillactica, was critically acclaimed, but didn’t make much of a commercial

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