Big KRIT, 'Live From The Underground': Track-By-Track Review


Big KRIT's individual career moves — specifically, the trio of full-length, critically acclaimed, uniformly great mixtapes that he released over the two years leading up to his Def Jam debut "Live From The Underground" — have had their positives and

On the eve of his Live From The Underground album release, Big K.R.I.T. dropped by The Combat Jack Show.

By JONATHAN LANDRUM Jr. — AP Big KRIT is an up-and-coming rapper from Mississippi. He's built up anticipation for his debut with his soulful social commentary and slick Southern rhymes on several mixtapes, including "Return of 4Eva.

Underground hip-hop is also repped hard by Mississippi mixtaper Big KRIT And then there's the obscure little garage heroes the Beach Boys, who recently reemerged for their comeback album That's Why God Made the Radio. Also on deck this week: a new

A good swath of today's new rap albums are from wildly-beloved, incredibly talented artists — the likes of Kool Keith, One.Be.Lo, and the underground prince himself Big KRIT Proceed for this week's top new rap releases.

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