Big K.R.I.T. might have just released the album of the year according to rap fans on Twitter.
The Mississippi rapper released his third studio album 4EVA Is a Mighty Long Time on Friday and it’s absolutely fire. The 22-track project packs a lot of heat and will instantly grabs your attention from the first track to the last. The double-disc project features guest appearances from T.I., UGK, Lloyd, Jill Scott, Keyon Harrold, Bilal, CeeLo Green and more.
Big K.R.I.T. recently told his fans that he spent the last two years working on the album and the wait is worth it. “I spent two years working on it,” he wrote. “I’m super excited you finally get a chance to hear it.” K.R.I.T. who is a producer in his own right, also tapped into other producers for this album and he recently revealed in an interview that he had to make the decision to work with other producers because he can’t do everything by himself and he loves the excitement of hearing new beats and recording with his producing peers.
Big K.R.I.T. new album 4EVA Is a Mighty Long Time is currently available for streaming on Spotify and Apple Music.
See below some of the reactions to the album on Twitter.
Big Krit shit is amazing too support that independent movement….
— SCARFACE (@BrotherMob) October 27, 2017
I don't trust anyone who doesn't like @BIGKRIT. I don't need that kind of negative energy around me.
— Matt (@mattwhitlockPM) October 27, 2017
Everybody wants 2 talk about how real music is never supported, and how @BIGKRIT underrated.
TONIGHT I'm asking you to SUPPORT & RATE him!
— NEW ALBUM OUT NOW! (@TeamBigKRIT_K4L) October 27, 2017
Yeah. Leaving Def Jam was best thing Big KRIT ever did.
— New job, who dis? (@PBS_Impulse9) October 27, 2017
Y’all better support Big KRIT album tonight or I’ll personally pull up on yo block pic.twitter.com/j4ZovyFYEZ
— Nikola Ibrahimovic (@Genesis_GGP) October 26, 2017
This BIG KRIT album is the best rap album of the year. An if u got something to say pull up pic.twitter.com/enrHIwnZa8
— Alejandro Sosa (@BoobieMiles93) October 27, 2017
— Jay Anderson (@jayserius) October 27, 2017