Honestly I'm totally confused if this is an official release or not from Big K.R.I.T. camp or not. It's sponsored on Datpiff and appears to be a promotional release for his upcoming album "Cadillactica". Whatever it is a download that carries the smooth southern styles of the King Remembered In Time. He captures you with his skillfully proficient rhymes that he gives on joint like Track 04- "Egyptian Cotton".
I really didn't know much about Big K.R.I.T. before I listened to this mixtape. Of course I have heard his features on other artist work but I never bothered to sit down and dive into what he was really swaggin. If I was to compare him, he reminds me of a more country version of Curren$y. His smooth jazz swag beats and adept lyrical content gets you thinking, as you can hear in Track 03- "Lac Lac" ft. AAP Ferg.
I started listening to this tape as I was waiting in line to get an emissions test. Thank the good lord I passed swag. Reason I mention this because the line was long as all hell. If it wasn't for his polished tranquil rhymes, I would have snapped. Other lines had attendant that was faster than the line I was in and its nerve rackening when you see people way behind you get their car tested before yours. This has absolutely nothing to do with K.R.I.T. other than me saying thank you for being so serene.
This was my first tape but I will be on the lookout for future works. Also I will be listening to previous works. As always I put that donation link at the bottom and if any artist wants their mixtape reviewed then hit me up on twitter @GreatFrank87 or email me at GreatFrank87@gmail.com. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.
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