Big K.R.I.T. & Raphael Saadiq Search For The Lost Soul In The World (Audio)

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With Cadillactica two weeks away (November 11), Big K.R.I.T.’s Raphael Saadiq-assisted “Soul Food” hits the web. Ray sounds as a crisp as he has in 10 years, and as integral to a Rap song as ever, as Krizzle breaks down the missing soul, from the relationships, to the streets, to the kitchen.

Natural, organic-sounding drumming and a rolling bass light the way for a smooth opus that has so much to relate to, no matter what part of the world the listener comes from. It’s amazing how K.R.I.T. works in Bill Withers’ “Grandma’s Hands” lyric too, another illustration of what was valuable then, versus now…

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