Big K.R.I.T.‘s debut album, Live From the Underground, drops on June 5th. That doesn’t mean that you can’t give it a listen early. Thanks to NPR, you can stream the album in its entirety.
“Live From the Underground” is built over the crisp rimshot now synonymous with ?uestlove and a humming chorus reminiscent of late-’90s neo-soul. In it, K.R.I.T. calls himself “cinematic,” a fair description. Trumpets stab. The piano is high in the mix. Throughout the album, it’s nighttime, it’s hot out and the crickets loom.
Head here to stream the album and make sure and pick it up in stores when it drops.
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