Big K.R.I.T.’s Sincerity Shines In Mt. Olympus’ Conceptual Visual (Video)

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Big K.R.I.T. made a massive statement in “Mt. Olympus.” The breakout symphonic single from Krizzle attacked the stigmas that he feels should have been silenced after five acclaimed projects (he refers to them as albums). In a record about doing what most rappers can’t do, K.R.I.T. unleashed the video, where he takes it to the next level. No posturing or posing here, as Meridian’s own jumps at the camera while kicking his bars, with some nice special effects to drive in the point that Cinematic Entertainment’s flagship artist has long been about knocking down conventions, especially when it comes to Southern Hip-Hop in the 2000s.

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