Big K.R.I.T. Claims King Of The South & Says He Bested “Your Favorite Rapper” Too (Audio)

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Guaranteed, you’ve never heard Big K.R.I.T. this confident, this unleashed…

Track 7 from Cadillactica (November 11), “King Of The South” is a bold statement. With an in-your-face beat, Krizzle matches with a verse. The song talks the Meridian Mississippi’s “country” upbringing, and his current urban lifestyle. He paints himself as the one they call to get that sound, which follows an uptick in outside production and featured vocal work.

Written a day after the release of “Control,” listen closely as K.R.I.T. responds to Kendrick Lamar’s verse.

…Just murdered your favorite rapper / And all I get is ‘No way this Mississippi nigga really that nice!‘”


After T.I. and Lil’ Flip battled over the “King Of The South” title a decade ago, think this may ruffle feathers, whether from Tip or others?

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