We know Big K.R.I.T. represents his Southern heritage and wears it proudly on his sleeve. But on this new joint, “Guilty as Charged,” he’s going to Atlanta and straight for that smooth OutKast flow. “Guilty as Charged” is a track that is produced by SupaHotBeats, a production duo of Will Power and Myke Stallone, and is featured on their latest project, Free Game. Listen after the jump.

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From “Beautiful Life” featuring Action Bronson and Joey Bada$$, “Top Tier” featuring Sean Price, Bun B and Styles P, and “All You Need,” featuring Bronson, Ab-Soul & Elle Varner, Statik Selektah has been sharing tracks from his forthcoming Lucky 7 project, dropping tomorrow. Now he’s sharing “In the Wind,” another heavyweight track, featuring Joey Bada$$, Chauncy Sherod and Big K.R.I.T. Lucky 7 will be Statik’s last project. Check out “In the Wind” after the jump.

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The South links up on David Banner’s “My Uzi.” Banner and Big K.R.I.T. team up to take on an old Banner cut (“Suicide Doors” featuring the legendary UGK) which is convenient given the Southern tinged themes and obviously the two rappers on the track. The chorus even samples Pimp C’s “My uzi weight a ton” line from the OG track. Listen after the jump.

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Just look at that artwork above, sh*t got me feelin’ all nostalgic. I remember sitting around as a kid, wasting many hours (and plenty of quarters) on Mortal Kombat. Thankfully we got a rapper like Logic who shares those moments from our days of yore. But wipe those tears, Logic is sharing “Top Ten” after he reached 400k followers on Twitter and it features current King of the South, Big K.R.I.T. (seriously, check out his latest project Cadillactica, if you haven’t yet done so.) This a great little loosie track and we’re thankfully ya’ll followed Logic on Twitter for this! Peep Logic’s “Top Ten” after the jump. PS: I’m gonna download Mortal Kombat, I feel like whoopin’ Shoa Khan’s ass right about now.

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At the end of last year, Chris Webby left his mark on the game when his commercial debut, There Goes The Neighborhood, emerged as the number one hip-hop album on iTunes with no promotion whatsoever.  Albums like this have been a trend within the passing months, and it seems like this wave of overnight digital sensations isn’t going anywhere. Last week, New York hipster hip-hopper Hoodie Allen released his commercial debut exclusively in digital format, and low and behold the release surpassed Nicki Minaj from a digital standpoint (yes, Nicki did move about 3 times this amount in the past 7 days, but the majority of which was physical). Now I think everyone wants to know what white rapper will come out of left field and dominate the iTunes charts next; and I have a strong feeling that something like this will happen again this year.  In other sales related news, Texas-bred MC and Lacrae label-mate Trip Lee did his thing by moving an impressive 19,000 units of his latest album, Good Life.  This shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone who’s studied Lecrae because he and his Reach Records affiliates have been killing the game as of late in the God Rap genre.   While it’s not quite hip-hop, maybe sort of trip-hop,  it’s worth mentioning the success of super-producer Bassnectar’s latest project, Viva Voom, which made its top 40 debut this week.  The only other notable release came from Big K.R.I.T. who either has very supportive fans or at least a couple thousand fans that don’t follow hip-hop websites because he managed to sell more than 1,300 copies of his 5 track EP which contains all but 1 song that was previously released for free on the mixtape, 4EvaNaDay, which I highly recommend checking out.


Hoodie Allen “All American” – 27,278 (100% digital)

Trip Lee “Good Life” – 19,385 (88% digital)

Bassnectar“Viva Voom” – 12,877 (2% digital)

Big K.RI.T.“4eva Na Day (Road Less Traveled Edition) – EP” – 1,378 (100% digital)




On Thursday March 8th, Big K.R.I.T. celebrated the release of his third critically-acclaimed mixtape, “4evaNaDay,” at the Highline Ballroom in Manhattan. NYC showed love for K.R.I.T. and K.R.I.T. showed it right back by putting on a tremendous performance. Smoke DZA, Big Sant and more were also on-hand. All photos by Lucas Alvarado / Far Fetched Future.

4evanaday cover

Big K.R.I.T. dropped his highly anticipated mixtape 4EvaNaDay early this afternoon.  It’s first single ‘Boobie Miles‘ was released on February 1st, 2012.  The 17 track project has no features and is available for free download.  This should definitely hold us over until he drops his debut album.

Big K.R.I.T. 4evaNaDay

1. 8:04 AM
2. Wake Up [Saxaphone By Willie B]
3. Yesterday
4. Boobie Miles Stream
5. 4EvaNaDay (Theme)
6. Me And My Old School [Guitar By Mike Hartnett]
7. 1986
8. Country Rap Tunes Stream
9. Sky Club
10. Red Eye
11. Down & Out Stream
12. Package Store
13. TemptationStream
14. Handwriting
15. Insomnia [Guitar By Mike Hartnett]
16. 5:04 AM
17. The Alarm


Damn, everyone’s on this. Trae upgrades an already hot song to an even better one! Wow..! If you’ve been off of it lately, Street King is in stores now.

Trae Tha Truth Ft. Big K.R.I.T., Jadakiss, J.Cole, Kendrick Lamar, B.o.B., Tyga, Gudda Gudda, Bun B & Mark Morrison “I’m On 2.0″


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