Big K.R.I.T. Releases “Big Bank” Feat T.I.
Big K.R.I.T.'s new double-disc album 4eva Is A Mighty Long Time is the Meridian, Mississippi rapper's first proper studio album in 3 years, and its his most ambitious yet. Like most of K.R.I.T's work, much of the
Big K.R.I.T.’s new double-disc album 4eva Is A Mighty Long Time is the Meridian, Mississippi rapper’s first proper studio album in 3 years, and its his most ambitious yet. Like most of K.R.I.T’s work, much of the album is self-produced, but there are also a number of notable co-producers on the LP. Mannie Fresh, Supah Mario, Organized Noize and DJ Khalil make appearances, but the most active of the rapper’s collaborators is WLPWR. The Columbia, South Carolina producer is well-known for his work across Yelawolf’s projects, but is also highly complementary to KRIT’s unapologetically Southern compositions. He co-produces “Big Bank” with KRIT, a driving record that layers vocal samples and darting string samples on top of frenetic drums, putting an incredible amount of forward momentum on the track, and that’s before the vocals even come in. KRIT and and T.I. are both known for their double-time, with the KRIT taking a more confrontational approach, while Tip generally sticks deep in the pocket. It comes early in the project and sets the tone for the maximal arrangements that are yet to come.
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