Fuck what you heard, I feed my fam
I put on for mine, I let my brother shine
Lac Lac by Big KRIT (Ft. ASAP Ferg)

KRIT’s all about his family, so he definitely provides for them with the money he’s come into

Disclaimer: I have no idea if the people above pictured are, in fact, KRIT’s family

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March 6th, 2014

I would suggest that the brother he is referring to is his close friend and frequent collaborator Big Sant, whom he puts on each album that he releases.

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Fuck 'em, just tell 'em "pay me" fosho Lac Lac by Big KRIT (Ft. ASAP Ferg)

KRIT’s only concerned with getting paid — he doesn’t care about any excuses

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So what you’re trying to say is "I got this here!" Captain K.R.I.T. Live From The Underground En Route To Cadillactica by REVOLT (Ft. Big KRIT)

The interviewer drops a reference to the second single off KRIT’s debut album, “I Got This Here”

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That's kinda where I was trying to go with "New Agenda"; the way that jazz moves, the way that Blues and soul music moves, is that you can really change [the song] at whatever point you want to. Captain K.R.I.T. Live From The Underground En Route To Cadillactica by REVOLT (Ft. Big KRIT)

On “New Agenda”, after KRIT and Ross both drop smooth verses, the beat becomes much more lively and KRIT switches up his flow accordingly for the third verse

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Right now, I’m always listening to Bobby Womack and Curtis Mayfield. I'm also diving back into lot of jazz like Billy Cobham Captain K.R.I.T. Live From The Underground En Route To Cadillactica by REVOLT (Ft. Big KRIT)

KRIT has sampled all of these artists in past songs:

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When it comes to the music, I always just wanted people to hear it. K.R.I.T. Wuz Here was all about, "If this is my last project, let me put all the songs that make me feel a certain kind of way, that reflect Mississippi in a positive light,” Captain K.R.I.T. Live From The Underground En Route To Cadillactica by REVOLT (Ft. Big KRIT)

KRIT told kevinnottingham.com that his only goal with K.R.I.T. Wuz Here was to get signed so that more people could hear his music — at the same time, though, he was frustrated, thinking that might be his last project because he was “getting to a point where (he) didn’t know if (he) wanted to rap anymore. (He) couldn’t take care of (him)self financially.” So, he put his heart and soul into what may have been his last hurrah, and it paid off

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In my mind and heart, I'm forever underground, Captain K.R.I.T. Live From The Underground En Route To Cadillactica by REVOLT (Ft. Big KRIT)

KRIT has a love for the underground — that’s where he comes from, that’s what made him who he is. As he said on “4EvaNaDay (Theme)”:

Fact remains that I’m still the same and I’ll never change or settle
Cause I ain’t tripping on mainstream cause love from the underground, that’s forever

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I'm treating it just like I was in 2009: Captain K.R.I.T. Live From The Underground En Route To Cadillactica by REVOLT (Ft. Big KRIT)

The majority of KRIT’s breakthrough mixtape, KRIT Wuz Here, was recorded in 2009, with the project being released on May 3, 2010. KRIT wants to return to that mind-state and have another breakthrough

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From working with other producers Captain K.R.I.T. Live From The Underground En Route To Cadillactica by REVOLT (Ft. Big KRIT)

He has announced that, for the first time on a KRIT project, a bulk of the production for Cadillactica will be done by a producer other than KRIT himself

It was just on his most recent mixtape that he first delegated even a song to another producer, but this is sure to push KRIT into a new lane creatively. He will still handle the majority of the production though, so the signature sound will remain

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I could tour Captain K.R.I.T. Live From The Underground En Route To Cadillactica by REVOLT (Ft. Big KRIT)

KRIT has been touring consistently since April 2013, most recently opening for Macklemore

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtV32Xm_WyA

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