Big Sant – Firewater II ft Big K.R.I.T. & Tito Lopez

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In the way of Mississippi Hip-Hop, Crooked Lettaz and David Map are the cartographers. Back in 1999 on the soulfully-defiant Grey Skies album, D.B. and Kamikaze invited Penalty Records label-mate Noreaga (N.O.R.E.) to rap with them about that (other) ish that makes your soul burn slow. Almost 15 years, David Banner’s back (in producerial essence) with M-I’s Tito Lopez and Big K.R.I.T., along with Krizzle’s artist Big Sant (who the cut is credited to) for “Firewater II.” With media always asking Missy’s finest about each other, this track is the answer all four creators can now point to.

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