Best Big K.R.I.T Songs of All Time!

#25. Get Away – Songs don’t get much simpler then this, but in rap’s current climate this song is extremely fitting in both message and style…

#24. Confetti – The one characteristic that the majority of the Krit’s best songs share is that “visceral punch” that sets the energetic tone of Big K.R.I.T track. In Krit’s newest album (4eva Is a Mighty Long Time) he uses this same formula for his latest single (Confetti), and it works as desired, making this one of the most memorable tracks of the entire project…

#23. No Wheaties ft. Curren$y & Smoke DZA – There’s something great about this track that I can’t  quite put my finger on… Maybe it’s the quality rap feature’s on the song that make it a dope listen… It could also be the unusual subject matter that makes it a “stand out” song me… The beat is kinda jammin’ too… I’m just going to say that the answer is “D.”, all of the above…

#22. Boobie Miles “The only difference between a winner, and a loser is a winner plays until he wins.”… 

#21. Time Machine ft. Chamillionaire – If you don’t have Chamillionaire in your playlist, you don’t know what real hip hop is… Said no one ever…

#20. What U Mean ft. Ludacris – The list of rappers that Big K.R.I.T collabed with over the years is an impressive one… Now if he could just get a Andre 3000 collaboration under his belt, I think my Big K.R.I.T collabo wish list would be complete…

#19. It’s Better This Way – The lack of new quality Big K.R.I.T music over the last 3 years has definitely changed the trajectory of Krit’s career drastically. It seems like only yesterday when Big Krit’s name was being mentioned as one of the greats of this generation… Unfortunately now in 2017 that isn’t really the case anymore. In most hip hop circles, Krit’s name has either been replaced or forgotten by the masses which is really a damn shame…

#18. Lac Lac ft. A$ap Ferg – For anyone who thinks that there are a lot of Cadillac reference’s in Krit’s music… you’re 100% correct…

#17. Money on the Floor ft. 8 Ball & MJG, and 2 Chainz – 2 Chainz was fucking every where in 2012!!!… I bet that’s what the Mayan Calendar was actually referring to, when it said that death and destruction would be upon us in 2012…

#16. Small As a Giant – Any song that “disses” Soulja Boy and Bow Wow is quality IMO…

#15. Pay Attention ft. Rico Love – If you never heard this songs hook sung by a Mexican immigrant in english, you don’t what your missing… The explanation for that last sentence would be longer then this entire list, so I’ll just keep it movin…

#14. 4EvaNaDay Theme – Do you remember when the mixtape era was in its prime 5 years ago? More classic mixtape’s were dropping than actually album’s… The ability to stream music has basically axed the whole mixtape idea at its core. When all music is virtually free to listen to, branding something as “free” is essentially pointless…

#13. R4 Theme Song – Rappers really need to start sampling Andre 3000’s voice more!… That might sound like an odd statement to make, but listen to this song and tell that it’s not true… 3 Stacks is one of the most iconic hip hop personalities of all time, and sampling someone’s song or voice is a great way to continue an artist’s legacy long after they are gone from the game…

#12. REM – The thing that I think I enjoy the most about Big K.R.I.T’s music is the classic sampling style that he incorporate’s in a lot of his music. That’s something that you just don’t see much of in today’s music. That style add’s a touch of timelessness to a song that you just don’t peep that much in this era where music has become virtually disposable after a few listens…

#11. Children of the World – “Krit Wuz Here” was the first Big Krit project that really garnered people’s attention. The mixtape wasn’t perfect, but it started the trend of Krit dropping awesome material for completely free…

#10. The Vent – One the oddest Krit song’s out there just so happens to be one of his best as well…

#09. King of the South – I remember when this song came out in 2014, some people had a “real problem” with Big K.R.I.T making a song titled “King of the South”… On a related note, some people are just fucking stupid straight up…

#08. Sookie Now ft. David Banner – Mississippi’s two best rap exports unite on this “dream record” of sorts… Lyrical substance be damned! This track is blast to listen too, and David Banner isn’t on his usual conscious tip which is a refreshing change to hear now and again…

#07. Soul Food ft. Raphael Saadiq – “What happened to the soul food?”… Have you ever spent a considerable amount of time around poor Americans nowadays? I do it for a living, and most of the people that fit that description don’t even know how to cook microwaveable food, let alone soul food… The state of America is a fucking disgrace right now for real (SMH)…

#06. King Without A Crown – Thunderous! That’s one word you could use to describe this track… Other synonyms that would be acceptable would be “banging”, “quaking”, “sub shaking”, and “woof rattling”…

#05. Cadillactica – How the fuck did this song make it to the 3:30 time mark? Krit is going 100 Mph on this track! I can’t imagine he ever performs this song in concert because it seems like it would be extremely hard to replicate… It’s not quite on the level with the Tech N9ne/Eminem song titled “Speedom” (which came out the same year), but this song is still blazing fast none the less!…

#04. Dreamin’ – This is the song that made me a Big K.R.I.T fan!… With that being said I would venture to say that this song also happens to be my overall favorite Krit song as well!… I have only glowing things to say about this track…

#03. Country Shit (Remix) ft. Bun B & Ludacris – Big K.R.I.T’s Vevo YouTube page has such few views in comparison to contemporary rappers nowadays… This song just so happens to be his most viewed video and it has less than 10 million views! That’s criminal!…

#02. Hometown Hero – Maybe the very best song Krit has ever put out? I have it at #02 because I feel like it lacks the same overall importance that the next track on list possesses…

#01. Mt. Olympus – Not very often is a “response song” better than the original response it’s self, but that was precisely the case with this track. The instrumental that Krit uses on Mt. Olympus is nuts!… It’s a shame that the original version of this track couldn’t be “cleared” for a Big K.R.I.T studio album because that could’ve potentially lead to a lot more hearing it overall…


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