Big K.R.I.T. – K.R.I.T. Wuz Here (Album)

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Produced entirely by Big K.R.I.T. and includes appearances by Smoke DZA, Wiz Khalifa, Curren$y and Devin The Dude. Presented by Cinematic Music Group and Creative Control.

P.S. We dug deep into the crates for the music & movie samples on this one. The first person that can tell us which samples we used, will receive 1k cash & a pan of Shipe’s famous brownies.

Track list and download link after the jump.

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01. Return Of Forever (feat. Big Sant)
02. Country @*#$!
03. Just Touched Down
04. Hometown Hero
05. Viktorious
06. See Me On Top
07. Glass House (feat. Wiz Khalifa & Curren$y)
08. Children Of The World
09. They Got Us
10. Good Enough
11. No Wheaties (feat. Curren$y & Smoke DZA)
12. Something
13. Moon & Stars (feat. Devin The Dude)
14. Never Go Back
15. Gumpshun
16. 2000 & Beyond
17. I Gotta Stay
18. Small As A Giant
19. Voices

Download: Big K.R.I.T. – K.R.I.T. Wuz Here (Album)

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97 Responses to “Big K.R.I.T. – K.R.I.T. Wuz Here (Album)”

  1. SNORT_SNORTCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    _______________________________(does DAMEDASH Diceroll Dance).

  2. Joe 88 Says:

    Still Tippin still goes, I was up on that song 2 years before the video hit BET Uncut, my man from down south use to listen to that shit heavy, for the longest time I didn’t know paul wall was white, lol.

    Mike Jones verse on still tippin > Paul > Slim

    This nigga slim thug said he got a gamecube nintendo hooked up in his ride. SMFH

  3. 007 Says:

    Anyone ever had them brownies? how is the high? Is it comparible>?

  4. b-ease Says:

    Not to mention that Ja Rule was doing all that “Grease” stuff and it came across as way too corny,

    ^^
    Quiet as kept, that “Mesmerize” video was where Ja truly, truly fucked up.

  5. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    megaupload.com/?d=2KX9D2BJ

    SFG – C&S

  6. Breaux Brosephson the !! Says:

    Shouts Dewill on the album finally dropping.

  7. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Fresh Huxtable
    0 mins ago
    Slum Village probably had the moat lopsided ratio of producer talent to rapper talent of any hip hop group that contained a producer, beatmaker, or DJ.

  8. atcq aka President of Nah Right Comment Section Says:

    Dewill life after #ExhibitNah

  9. hl Says:

    Prodigy’s account of that Sherm charachter punching him in the head and taking his chain is halarious.

  10. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Drake’s recent music is missing that Houston vibe.

  11. Dewill Says:

    Shouts Dewill on the album finally dropping.

    ^^^
    LOL

  12. Troyvul Says:

    Downloads on GP cause of feature on Jush and OJ

  13. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Most is better than moat, in most situations

  14. b-ease Says:

    Anyone ever had them brownies? how is the high?

    ^^
    If made correctly, the high is dope. It’s like a body high, so you’re gonna be stuck. And since you’re ingesting as opposed to just smoking, you’re gonna be stuck for a minute. Which is why I’m not a huge fan. Also, brownies are filling (ll) in general, and get mad disgusting if you eat more than two.

  15. Troyvul Says:

    Kush

  16. Tong Po Flo Says:

    copped

  17. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Quiet as kept, that “Mesmerize” video was where Ja truly, truly fucked up.
    ================================
    I thought it was that duet he did with Mary J. Blige.

    But yeah, him in that letterman sweater was all kinds of corny.

  18. b-ease Says:

    Breaux Brosephson the !! Says:

    May 4th, 2010 at 11:53 am
    Shouts Dewill on the album finally dropping.

    ^^
    Word. This nigga is really going in.

  19. atcq aka President of Nah Right Comment Section Says:

    Dewill = the kid askin for Milk n Cookies in Bernies skit

  20. landlord Says:

    “turn me up another notch in your sytem …you say you want the hot shit then listen …”

    Dilla – “The Official” – champion sound

    >>>>>>>

  21. Eastern_Digital aka Nahright's Fantasy Football champ Says:

    Gettin dome by a thick chick in sandals?

  22. hl Says:

    Slum Village probably had the moat lopsided ratio of producer talent to rapper talent of any hip hop group that contained a producer, beatmaker, or DJ.

    ^SMH Ya’ll ain’t listening. Using your voice and flow to make shit sound good is a talent that most rappers do not have.

  23. Joe 88 Says:

    Ja v. 50 = 50 v. Rawse

    While Ja & his camp was beating the shit out of fiddy every chance they got, 50 was just making the better music, Ja had already reached his peak (n) and the public wasn’t really feeling all that rain calling murder shit. To the fans, it seemed like 50 was just killing Ja, but truth is, Ja & his camp was running thru 50 (pause)

    Same with 50 v. Rawse, Rawse is making good music, and getting acceptance even after being outted as a C.O (same with 50 being label a snitch) while 50 music isnt as good as it use to be, he’s killing rawse outside of the booth.

    It’s funny how things turn out (n)

  24. landlord Says:

    Dewill, why you lookin so angry in the bottom photo?…

  25. D. Billz Says:

    Joe88… The Mountaineer is actually the Mercury version. Same truck as the Explorer actually, but that peeved me a little bit. Lol.

    Yo, I had brownies once. And I think I told that story on here a few times. Never. Again.

  26. 007 Says:

    If made correctly, the high is dope. It’s like a body high, so you’re gonna be stuck. And since you’re ingesting as opposed to just smoking, you’re gonna be stuck for a minute. Which is why I’m not a huge fan. Also, brownies are filling (ll) in general, and get mad disgusting if you eat more than two.

    ^Aight im bout to get some before I go on this cruise. Ill gladly enjoy bein stuck for a min.

  27. b-ease Says:

    Dewill, why you lookin so angry in the bottom photo?…

    ^^
    Word. Dewill comes off mad gregarious. The ice grill doesnt seem fitting.

  28. oh4werd Says:

    Drake’s recent music is missing that Houston vibe.

    ^^^
    yea that Uptown song on so far gone was my shit that and that other one that had some chopped and screwed in it…i jus hate when a whole song is done like that

  29. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    To the fans, it seemed like 50 was just killing Ja, but truth is, Ja & his camp was running thru 50
    ==============================
    False

    BTW – Dilla The Shining >>>

  30. Breaux Brosephson the !! Says:

    F5 F5 nigga reload!

  31. landlord Says:

    in listening to Champion Sound right now…

    Dilla rhyming over Madlib beats > JayZ over Just Blaze beats…

    i swear to all gods …

  32. b-ease Says:

    Using your voice and flow to make shit sound good is a talent that most rappers do not have.

    ^^
    Hi Slaughterhouse.

  33. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    The Last Temptation = Ja’s worst album

  34. b-ease Says:

    Dilla rhyming over Madlib beats > JayZ over Just Blaze beats…

    i swear to all gods …

    ^^
    Your god is dead. (c) nietzsche

  35. landlord Says:

    weed is SUPPOSED to be eaten… not smoken …

  36. hl Says:

    This features Currency, Wiz, and Devin. Is Big Krit one of those “i onlt rap about weed” rappers.

  37. landlord Says:

    “Survival Test” >>>> _____________

  38. b-ease Says:

    and that other one that had some chopped and screwed in it

    ^^
    Nov 18th?? Yeah…that shit is crackish.

  39. Joe 88 Says:

    >I thought it was that duet he did with Mary J. Blige.

    ^that was a dope song tho.

    >But yeah, him in that letterman sweater was all kinds of corny.

    ^smh @ myself for still liking that song. I think it was ashanti in the video that made me like that shit tho, all leather outfit, watching her bop around a amusement park, what more can you really ask for?

  40. 007 Says:

    This features Currency, Wiz, and Devin. Is Big Krit one of those “i onlt rap about weed” rappers.

    ^Oh shit lmao
    Im listenin to this now. He kinda sound like Pimp C/David Banner IMO

  41. NovemberEnd Says:

    DOOM rhyming over Madlib beats > JayZ over Just Blaze beats…

    i swear to all gods …
    ^^^^^^
    *fixed*

  42. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Drake’s recent music is missing that Houston vibe.

    ^^^
    yea that Uptown song on so far gone was my shit that and that other one that had some chopped and screwed in it…i jus hate when a whole song is done like that
    ======================================
    I’m not just talking the C&S stuff.

    Just the slowed down vibe, the empty space in some of the production.

    That’s what really made SFG dope to me. The mixture of all those different elements.

    Successful is a Houston type song all the way.

  43. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    can we get another link?

  44. Dewill Says:

    LMAO @ gregarious…

  45. landlord Says:

    DOOM too.. no doubt

  46. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Using your voice and flow to make shit sound good is a talent that most rappers do not have.

    ^^
    Hi Slaughterhouse.
    ^
    rofl. T-3 has never been good to me, and I generally wasn’t a fan of Baatin, may he RIP. Elzhi was the dopest spitter, if not Dilla himself. His bass was on a different level…like human ears shouldn’t be able to detect those frequencies.

  47. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    When an angry Ja jumped 10ft off the ground at the camera in the beginning of the Clap Back video, I couldn’t help but laugh.

  48. b-ease Says:

    all leather outfit, watching her bop around a amusement park,

    ^^
    I too, enjoyed seeing Ashanti in a carnival setting. Not sure why, it just worked.

    I’m gonna youtube “Happy” now.

  49. JihaD Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:
    May 4th, 2010 at 11:55 am
    Quiet as kept, that “Mesmerize” video was where Ja truly, truly fucked up.
    ================================
    I thought it was that duet he did with Mary J. Blige.

    But yeah, him in that letterman sweater was all kinds of corny.

    ^^^

    “This nigga is soaking wet! I know thats not gangsta, you know thats not gangsta”- 50 Cent @ Summer Jam…

    Joe 88 Says:
    May 4th, 2010 at 11:55 am
    Ja v. 50 = 50 v. Rawse

    While Ja & his camp was beating the shit out of fiddy every chance they got, 50 was just making the better music, Ja

    ^^^

    They were what? the three times them niggas ran into each other ended thusly:

    1) In The club where Ja saw 50 with the nigga that robbed him
    2) In Atlanta, where 50 punched that nigga in the eye, then Smurf pulled the straps and let off shots to scatter everyone
    3) In the studio where 50 got stabbed in the dark.

    I agree with everything else. Also, its funny how only a down south nigga could get away with being outted as a complete fabrication, but still be allowed to make music. If that was an NY/Up north nigga, you would have never heard from him again, even if Jesus was on the hook, God produced the track, and the Devil ghostwrote the bars…

    JihaD

  50. landlord Says:

    “No Games” >>>>

  51. b-ease Says:

    When an angry Ja jumped 10ft off the ground at the camera in the beginning of the Clap Back video, I couldn’t help but laugh.

    ^^
    Hilarity. Not topping Bobby’s flying jumpkick in the “Thug Lovin” vid tho. That video is amazing. For all the wrong reasons.

  52. hl Says:

    Champion Sound and Madvilliany made me a Madlib stan.

  53. oh4werd Says:

    @ Amp- yea i agree wit that. That cd was dope sux it will prolly be Drake’s best effort….ever. Yea that cd had me feelin spaced out especially when i was high

  54. Joe 88 Says:

    >I too, enjoyed seeing Ashanti in a carnival setting. Not sure why, it just worked.

    I’m gonna youtube “Happy” now.

    ^I’m right behind you (pause)

    Happy video >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

  55. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    This is the first time I’ve been able to DL a mixtape from DJBooth.

    I had to get the Smoke DZA & Yelawolf joints track by track.

  56. b-ease Says:

    Madvillany or Superme Clintele?? Discuss.

  57. landlord Says:

    Also, its funny how only a down south nigga could get away with being outted as a complete fabrication, but still be allowed to make music. If that was an NY/Up north nigga, you would have never heard from him again,

    ——————-

    word…

  58. hl Says:

    DOOM rhyming over Madlib beats > JayZ over Just Blaze beats…

    This is not debatable.

  59. Joe 88 Says:

    Hilarity. Not topping Bobby’s flying jumpkick in the “Thug Lovin” vid tho. That video is amazing. For all the wrong reasons.

    ^How am I suppose to breathe with no air? (n) Fuck that, i’m bout to youtube that video, just for the beginning part, I forgot who said it, but someone said it look like irv gave bobby his advance up front and he smoked it all up before they started filming, lol

  60. NovemberEnd Says:

    # hl Says:
    May 4th, 2010 at 12:04 pm

    Champion Sound and Madvilliany made me a Madlib stan.
    ^^^^^
    word….that and the Lootpack album

  61. hl Says:

    Madvillany or Superme Clintele?? Discuss.

    Honestly they are neck and neck. I listen to Supreme more often, but both still get burn.

  62. b-ease Says:

    Fuck that, i’m bout to youtube that video, just for the beginning par

    ^^
    I’m watching it right now. Yo, the look they give the two broads when the helicopter pops up?!? Holy shit.

  63. London Bloke Says:

    Bobby Brown dropping crack on stage, sweeping down and collecting in one move is Top 3 Youtuve performances

  64. D. Billz Says:

    To my local bredren: Real rap, I thought SMASH was about to be next. His Ja Rule-esqe voice and that song should’ve been an instant hit. Just think how much controversy he would’ve caused if everybody thought it was a Ja comeback song (without all the corniness). Couldn’t have possibly been any worse than wack ass NOE soundin’ like Jay-Z (although NOE can rap better).

  65. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    SMH Ya’ll ain’t listening. Using your voice and flow to make shit sound good is a talent that most rappers do not have.

    ^

    they aint listening hi. fuck ‘em.

    btw i’m sittin next to shorty listening to FV2. guess what…

    she loves it.

  66. b-ease Says:

    Honestly they are neck and neck. I listen to Supreme more often, but both still get burn.

    ^^
    I think this is where I’m at as well.

  67. landlord Says:

    b-ease Says:

    May 4th, 2010 at 12:05 pm
    Madvillany or Superme Clintele??

    ———–

    madvillainy
    supreme clientele
    enter the 36
    fantastic vol 2
    internal affairs
    BP2
    DipImmunity1
    ComeHomeWithMe

    … i cant separate or compare the greatness of none of these albums against each other … they all win

  68. 007 Says:

    Bobby Brown dropping crack on stage, sweeping down and collecting in one move is Top 3 Youtuve performances

    ^Where da link @ I ain see that one

  69. b-ease Says:

    Whaddup Gotti!!!

    All we need is a stage god.

  70. nyce Says:

    CRAZY DOPE!!!!

  71. nyce Says:

    CRAZY DOPE!!!!

  72. D. Billz Says:

    The “Happy” video is what actually made me a fan of shorty. The flip of the Rick James beat, the congregating of various Black and Latin kids, the fine ass friends riding shotgun in her Benz. I also contemplated moving to Glen Cove, Long Island. And I’m not even joking.

  73. b-ease Says:

    Bobby Brown dropping crack on stage, sweeping down and collecting in one move is Top 3 Youtuve performances

    ^^
    THIS.

  74. b-ease Says:

    To my local bredren: Real rap, I thought SMASH was about to be next.

    ^^
    It’s just like you said earlier, even wack niggas have one banger in the stash. I cant front tho, I was fooled too, I thought dude had a real shot.

  75. Eastern_Digital aka Nahright's Fantasy Football champ Says:

    @ land: Good lookin on including Internal Affairs. 13 bangers, 1 mediocre track(The Ass). anything else is magma.

  76. landlord Says:

    Ashanti & her mother >>>>>> Beyonce & Tina

  77. landlord Says:

    1 mediocre track(The Ass).

    —–

    LOL… word…

  78. Eastern_Digital aka Nahright's Fantasy Football champ Says:

    Bobby Brown dropping crack on stage, sweeping down and collecting in one move is Top 3 Youtuve performances

    ^^
    THIS.

    ^^
    yup. i remember bringin this to nahggers attention.

    youtube.com/watch?v=Z0C3zckQ4Kk

    1:14-1:20

  79. bobbo Says:

    Will the k9s in customs react to the spiced brownies?

    they got us and moon & stars sounded good, and after a quick listen the whole tape sounds just as good.

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    This dude can spit..talented artist hope he gets his just do, but normally when you rap w/substance you get overlooked..shuts crzy.

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