Big K.R.I.T. Enjoys the Good Life on ‘Egyptian Cotton’
Big K.R.I.T. worked hard to get where he is today. After years of struggling to make a name for himself, the Mississippi rapper is finally reaping the rewards of success. Recently, Complex premiered his self-produced single, 'Egyptian Cotton.'
K.R.I.T. provides himself with a luxurious, sax-heavy production which provides the perfect backdrop for his reflections. On the song, he spits about his comfy status living the good life.
"Now it's breakfast in bed, too hype up to be scared / No key card to a fraud, no more taking the stairs / Complimentary, the emphasis on compliments / I really didn't need the suite, but the view beneath is ambient," he raps.
This track is part of Big K.R.I.T's "Week of K.R.I.T." series, which has seen him drop a brand new song each day to prepare fans for his upcoming album 'Cadillactica.'
Meanwhile, Big K.R.I.T. debuted a 12-minute documentary called 'Steps.' The film is about his exciting journey as the opener for Macklemore's tour over the past months. To watch the documentary, click here.
Listen to Big K.R.I.T's Song 'Egyptian Cotton'