I just wanted to do some songs and give 'em to the people. Captain K.R.I.T. Live From The Underground En Route To Cadillactica by REVOLT (Ft. Big KRIT)

KRIT takes a rather liberal approach to releasing his music for free, seeing as he dropped four “free albums" which were certainly high-quality enough to sell for money. But, as he says in “King Pt. 3”:

I don’t care if you paid for mine, I’m just hoping that you listen

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A lot of people were asking me when I was gonna drop something new. Captain K.R.I.T. Live From The Underground En Route To Cadillactica by REVOLT (Ft. Big KRIT)

When the Week of KRIT started, it had been nearly a year since KRIT dropped anything proper, with his last release — King Remembered In Time — coming on April 10, 2013

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And to revisit our chat with him about collaborating with the Grammy-winning Gary Clark, Jr., head here Captain K.R.I.T. Live From The Underground En Route To Cadillactica by REVOLT (Ft. Big KRIT)

KRIT spoke to RevoltTV about “Blak and Blu,” his collaboration with Clark, before Clark won his Grammy. KRIT told them:

I think it’s the amount of soul that’s in our music — there’s a kind of humbleness to it. Letting the music speak for itself and being thankful and grateful for what we have. Trying to make the kind of music that people can relate to. That Southern hospitality.

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And was premiered on the official Rolling Stone website, before racking up over 60,000 plays in 24 hours Captain K.R.I.T. Live From The Underground En Route To Cadillactica by REVOLT (Ft. Big KRIT)

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Cause dropping a boombox in your bathtub was the only way you could buzz mo' Conscious Effort Freestyle by Big KRIT

The electric currents in a boombox being dropped in a bathtub would certainly create a buzz, but probably not the type that other artists are looking for

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Flock and chirp like they're lovers, but pull their talons in public Conscious Effort Freestyle by Big KRIT

KRIT continues the buzzard metaphor of the last line: privately, people will be like the nicest of love birds, but when in front of other people — when it counts — they’ll attack you, showing their true colors

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Over-confident, common sense, commonly that we get
Honesty is a commodity, similes ain't my shit
Conscious Effort Freestyle by Big KRIT

Kendrick Lamar said it best:

I know some rappers using big words to make their similes curve
My simplest shit be more pivotal

Also a play on figurative language as he uses alliteration just prior to stating how he’s not into similes.

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But it's slice her neck or cut a check Conscious Effort Freestyle by Big KRIT

KRIT has been developing an interesting alter ego as a pimp recently, which is interesting when juxtaposed with his more humble, Christian voice

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Now what makes you think your shit don't stink and you won't get killed Conscious Effort Freestyle by Big KRIT

KRIT uses a phrase popularized by classic Southern group Outkast to ask what makes you special that you won’t turn out like even Caesar, the great general, did?

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Was a hustler at birth, I could sell Mr. Clean some soap boy Conscious Effort Freestyle by Big KRIT

Mr. Clean is the mascot for, well…. Mr. Clean, which is a brand of cleaning solutions, including soap. So selling soap to Mr. Clean is like selling beats to KRIT — and we know that ain’t about to happen!

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