- Created on Sunday, 11 March 2012 21:34
- Written by Planet Fashion TV
- Category: Music News
The just released album by one of the most trending artists on the college scene is making waves. It also marks a trending streak for music and production emerging from Mississippi.
In May 2010, Big K.R.I.T released his mixtape, KRIT WuZ Here digitally. The mixtape received a lot of interest. That same month he was signed to Def Jam. He has performed with Curren$y and Mac Miller and Wiz Khalifa.
He is one of the featured XXL Top Eleven Freshmen of 2011, along side of Meek Mill, Lil Twist, Mac Miller, & Diggy Simmons.
4Eva Na Day, so far has recieved favorable reviews from Rolling Stone and rap critics, with William Ketchum of HipHopDX calling it "emotive, conceptual music" meanwhile, Matthew Cole of Slant Magazine has called it "the rap album to beat in 2011 ".
"I make albums, not hits," snarls Mississippi producer-rapper Big K.R.I.T. over howling electric blues on "Handwriting," stating his case with the kind of tunnel-vision zeal Kanye West reserves for awards-show rants. 4evaNaDay is K.R.I.T.'s eighth mixtape, a self-produced act of defiance while Def Jam endlessly stalls his debut album. He expresses concern about his thick drawl, but you don't have to be "country folk" to be staggered by his flow or truth-telling – he's an Outkast disciple who can't make an ode to sipping drank ("Down N' Out") without dissecting the self-medication of the "have-nots." (Rolling Stone-Monica Herrera)