Big KRIT Reflects on Life & Hip-Hop Through King Remembered in Time, Pt. 3 (Video)

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In part 3 of our interview with Big K.R.I.T. about his King Remembered In Time mixtape, K.R.I.T. talked about the struggles and pressure that came with making his first album; feeling like he failed and let his fans down; his resolve to never let it happen again; the redemption he felt from the reception of King Remembered In Time; what it was like to work with 9th Wonder and BJ The Chicago Kid; other producers with whom he would like to work; the relationship between the cover art for King Remembered In Time, 4eva N a Day and Return of 4eva; why he uses stars on each cover; the meaning of Multi; what to expect from his next album and more. Check out the video. Related: Big KRIT Reflects on Life & Hip-Hop Through King Remembered in Time, Pt. 2 (Video)