Big K.R.I.T. is mad as hell and he’s not going to take it anymore. The Mississippi rhymer spits fiery bars on his stirring new song, 'Mt. Olympus.'

The self-produced tune boasts sweeping violins, a bass-heavy beat and twinkling keyboards. K.R.I.T. addresses such topics as Kendrick Lamar’s 'Control' verse to rappers biting the southern sound and the uninspired rap songs that permeate radio and the clubs.

"I ain't got time / 
To watch out for chitlins, stay out my kitchen
 / The s--- that I'm cookin' ain't mean for your kind
 / Crackin' and bashin' the s--- out your spine
 / King with a crown, humble and tall
 / Tyrants never keep quiet, they'd rather be violent
 / So I'm beheading them all!" he raps.

K.R.I.T.'s passionate song is the kind of music that's good for the soul. It's a vast departure from the jazzy-soul track 'Egyptian Cotton' he released in March.

'Mt. Olympus' is expected to appear on Big K.R.I.T.'s upcoming album, 'Cadillactica,' due this fall.

Listen to Big K.R.I.T.'s 'MT. Olympus'