Big K.R.I.T. Has A New Album Coming And His First Single Is Worth Celebrating (Audio)

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It’s been nearly 3 years since Big K.R.I.T. released his last album, Cadillactica, but that appears to be changing. Soon. In August, 2DopeBoyz reported that K.R.I.T.’s manager posted that the album was done and turned in for release. That post was subsequently removed, but tonight, K.R.I.T. has released a new single that may be the first from his new project. “Confetti” finds K.R.I.T. in fine form, and the “King Of The South,” looks to be eager to reclaim his throne from MCs who he raps are “f*cking up the game.”

In addition to new K.R.I.T., the playlist has been updated with highlights from Rapsody, Wu-Tang Clan, Lil Dicky, The Game, and SZA. Together, these artists join Oddisee, Mozzy, Meek Mill, Elzhi, TLC, Brother Ali, Drake, Saba, Kendrick Lamar, The Roots, Tyler The Creator, Vic Mensa, The LOX, Sean Price, and a host of others.