Tracklist: Live From The Underground

Big K.R.I.T.s tracklist according to AmazonImage

1. LFU300MA (Intro)

2. Live From The Underground
3. Cool 3 Be Southern
4. I Got This
5. Money On The Floor feat. 8Ball & MJG and 2 Chainz
6. What U Mean feat. Ludacris
7. My Sub (Pt. 2: The Jackin’)
8. Don’t Let Me Down
9. Porchlight feat. Anthony Hamilton
10. Pull Up feat. Big Sant & Bun B
11. Yeah Dats Me
12. Hydroplaning feat. Devin The Dude
13. If I Fall feat. Melanie Fiona
14. Rich Dad, Poor Dad
15. Praying Man feat. B.B. King
16. Live From The Underground (Reprise) feat. Ms. Linnie

 

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Mind on Mississippi

Mind on Mississippi Can’t say I’m anxious can’t say I’m worried  Can’t say nothing sweet can’t say something mean  So burdened I feel buried  When I get there will things change  Will you change   we still speak  When I get home will it work out  Will I workout will I still sleep  Will I eat way too much to cover unhappiness Will the kids respect me  Will they add a sir after yes  Will we find a new car  Have we paid taxes on this new address Getting home supposed to be a relief  What if it add stress What if we argue, what if I’m mean What if we can’t adjust what’ll it seem  Like to a little girl who’s barely old enough for pigtails  Will we show love will she grow up and feel compelled To call  text write and visit Or will she avoid me just like I did it  With my own mom  Will she call me dad in her own time  Will she realize I did this for her  Or appreciate that I was just blur  A distant memory instead of the father figure I was meant to be  Will she even remember me  Where will I work what will I do  will I survive ok just going to school What do I say to this kids that’s not my age That don’t know my life or why I’m this way  Or why I’m so old how I haven’t finished my degree yet Tell em Im sticking to the script  when they don’t know  What they want to be yet I never been a loser and I dnt plan to start  Just wait and hang on and see what I do with this

Savage

This one is for my brother Pookie always trying to loud cap me rocking a Boosie fade. I’m going to come back to the states rockin that Webbie (Webbie not weebie nigga get it right, lmao) fro’. For those of you waiting on that Savage Life 3 maybe you can make sense of this interview Webbie just did cuz I have no clue what he was saying or trying to say. http://static.hiphopdx.org/video/player.swf
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Return of 4Eva Brings Return of Real Music

These days it seems hard to come by a classic album by an artist. By classic album I mean nine out of every ten songs is good. Labels are scared to take chances and are putting out half cocked albums usually frontloaded with singles and short on substance. At the same time most there are people who craft albums with so much “substance” no one cares. I don’t want to save the whales I want something I can ride to and 5 years from now I won’t be ashamed that I have this cd in my collection **cough** soulja boy tell em cough**. With classics albums hard to come by on iTunes, Amazon, or Best Buy, Big K.R.I.T. is giving away a classic album on datpiff.com. K.R.I.T., which stands for King Remembered In Time, produced and wrote the entire album. He gives you soul, swagger and conciousness without contradiction. “My Sub” an ode to the speakers that enhance the sound we all love K.R.I.T. mixes heavy bass production with good lyrical cadence and a southern twang that makes the song stand out. On Another N.I.G.G.E.R. Naive Individual Glorifying Greed and Encouraging Racism he both promotes the positives of what being black means in America but also discusses the stereotypes that we ourselves continue to bolster. The only place this album falters are on the tracks “Sookie Now” and “Made Alot” featuring David Banner and Big Sant respectively. Their additions to the songs did not add to the greatness that was already there. Still all in all 19 out of 21 songs makes this a classic that you need to download and makes Big K.R.I.T. someone you need to look for when he finally gets his Def Jam release date.