Big K.R.I.T. Kicks A So-Sincere Verse From Cadillactica On Sway In The Morning (Video)

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Big K.R.I.T. doesn’t freestyle. He tells Sway Calloway as much during this week’s stop on Sway In The Morning. However, when urged to take a minute to gather an upcoming collection of couplets, after a quick freestlye over “Mind Playing Tricks on Me,” K.R.I.T. comes out of nowhere with a heated verse from “King of the South” off Cadillactica.

Written a day after “Control” was released, and with the not-so-subtle theme of “fuck ’em,” K.R.I.T. states his whole purpose, the void he fills, how he’s besting your favorite MCs, and why the subject needs to change from constantly qualifying him as just a “dope southern rapper.” Not an off-the-top freestyle, but this free-form delivery beckons multiple listens:

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