Rap Olympics: Big K.R.I.T. Goes ’12 for 12′ With Freestyle Series

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Big K.R.I.T. is currently killing rap blogs with his 12 for 12 freestyle series. Touching new beats by the likes of Drake, Kodak Black, Bryson Tiller and more, the emcee brings bar after bar of upstanding lyrical content.

He also references a Houston classic by Slim Thug, Chamillionaire, 50-50 Twin, Lew Hawk and Paul Wall’s “Before Da Kappa 2k1.” K.R.I.T. flexes, H-Town style, as he simply rolls through rhymes about living life without a care in world.

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Over the slow burning R&B killer “Rambo,” K.R.I.T. spits fire about chasing paper — take note of the Juvenile-inspired hook — and having more than enough to just get by in life.

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Stream the new songs below.

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