Big K.R.I.T’s Cadillactica Gets Its Release Date, And It’s Coming Soon

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As anticipated from last week’s video series premiere and See Me On Top, Vol. 4 mixtape release, Big K.R.I.T took to video today (September 23) to announce the release date for his sophomore major label album, Cadillactica. The Cinematic/Def Jam Records release, due on November 11, is the follow-up to 2012’s Live From The Underground.

From the underground, Krizzle goes to the rooftop to tell fans the good news:

According to a Def Jam press release, the songs Heads heard earlier this year, including “Mt. Olympus,” “New Agenda,” (with Rick Ross) and “Lac Lac” (with A$AP Ferg) will be included on Cadillactica. The album’s first single is “Pay Attention,” produced by Rico Love and Jim Jonsin.

Are you at all disappointed that you’ve heard a bulk of the album, or is it a reinforcement for its new direction?

Related: Big K.R.I.T Drops Off a Brand New Mixtape, See Me On Top, Vol. 4 (Mixtape)