Big K.R.I.T. Gets Freaky on ‘Guilty as Charged’
Big K.R.I.T. gets X-rated on "Guilty As Charged," which is far from a typical love song.
Over 808s, the Mississippi native uses his Southern charm to serenade his girl while she rides shotgun in the car. So of course, there's plenty of clever metaphors to connect sex with driving stick.
"I know you really don't love songs that / Talk about busting and sucking and touching aggressive and s--- but / Every so often that 808 make you feel freaky and I have to break / In the parking lot and let you do drive-bys all on my d---," raps the Cadillactica creator.
"I'm sure that you not a stranger / To shifting on a stick / I mean gripping on some grain," K.R.I.T. continues.
On the song, K.R.I.T. raps in between the soothing sounds of an unnamed vocalist who could be a dead-ringer for K. Michelle or Ciara. “I’ve been down since day one / My heart ain’t no playground,” she sings to K.R.I.T.
"Guilty as Charged" is a loosie appearing on the SupaHotBeats compilation, Free Game.
Listen to Big K.R.I.T.'s "Guilty as Charged"
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