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  • Da Business

    I fux w/ Krit heavy, but compared to the mixtapes the lp was a let down. I’m pretty sure it’s not his fault, but damn…

  • Why So Serious

    ^^ Cosign

  • Hip-Hop Fiend

    ^ I don’t understand why niggas are expecting mixtapes for artist albums… In this day and age its just not gonna happen. Krit album was a solid debut I can’t really complain I mean he is signed to Def Jam, they don’t even really fuck with hip-hop over there no more.

  • Facts

    A simple ‘thank you’ seems to be the hardest thing to do for artists these days, how real is that?
    Major probs to K.R.I.T.

    @ Da Business and everybody else talking down on the album

    Whoever expected an album that is structured and sounding like his mixtapes needs to start making usage of his brain
    Unlike a mixtape, an album does not have about 20 tracks and sampling is one of the major issues
    Additionally, there is a major label behind it, OF COURSE this DOES have an effect

    Considering all the circumstances you got the first classic major debut since Game’s Documentary

    Most people here really don’t know very much about this whole music thing
    You are cancer

  • Johnny Boy

    i fux with big krit the long way…

    Fan Pissed That Upon Meeting Rapper 2 Chainz; He Was in Fact Only Wearing 1 Chain http://goo.gl/wlYoq …funniest thing i read all day

  • Does Drake Eat McDonalds & Does J. Cole Still Shop At Macy’s?

    What was his first week sales?

  • Trillionaire

    Krit a classic southern nigga..he represent us well fuck what y’all talking about

  • Hip-Hop Fiend

    When Kendrick Lamar’s album comes out all his so called fans will turn on him or say he sold out cuz he didn’t have a bunch mixtape material on there.

  • Shooga

    Big props to K.R.I.T. a real man. Thank you Justin

  • Hip-Hop Fiend

    @Facts The Game Documentary wasn’t the last major label debut classic… That would have to be Lupe Fiasco’s Food & Liquor

  • Does Drake Eat Mcdonalds & Does J. Cole Sill Shop At Macy’s?

    Southern rap is dead you dumbs fucks

  • Your Friendly Neighborhood Dopeman

    What tracks didn’t you guys like? The 1st two tracks and the second half of the album is solid. “If I Fall” better be his next single. That joint is dope.

  • Da Business

    @ Facts and Hip Hop Fiend

    No need for the name calling and disrespect, I just gave an opinion. I’m a fan just like u are.

    Both of u gave solid points on the KRIT situation and I understand that when dealing w/ a major label most of the time the artist has to compromise their art to get a release date, look what they did to Lupe.

    That being said, in this current state of the industry, who needs a major label now a days??? If u’re not a pop act, nobody is buying ur lp anyway, so y compromise @ this point.

    As far as Krit is concern, I was referring more so to the content more than anything. As I said earlier, I’m a fan of KRIT and will continue to support this dude, but the label is fucking shit up.

  • Nathanial Hörnblowér

    No thank you, 4 albums for $9.99. I don’t care what B. thinks this dude is the truth. When the last time you heard harmonicas on a hip-hop debut? No ones fuckin with KRIT sonically!

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  • JJ

    i agree on “If I Fall” bein the next single. and he sold 41,000 copies first week

  • M.T

    The album could have been much better. Im just not feeling it that much. The last 5 tracks were amazing tho and showed great lyricism and harmony. If the whole album sounded alittle more like that and less like “what you mean” and other tracks that didnt stand out, then it would been wayyy better. Congrats to Krit tho. Still one of the realest niggas doing it.

  • BIG K.R.I.T one of the realest niggas right now, i hope these bitch ass niggas learn from this

  • industryinsider

    SAME THING I TOLD SHA $…THIS NIGGA IS COOL, BUT NOT ILL LIKE THAT……

  • Word

    I listened to his album the same time I listened to Curren$y album and I must say Spitta had the much better album. I enjoyed that album a lot, and listening to KRITs in comparison, I just didnt enjoy it as much as I enjoyed KRIT Wuz Here. I understand label stuff and all that, but I feel like he couldve done better. There are not a lot of memorable tracks on the album like KRIT Wuz Here which had several. Only songs I really loved was My Sub 2 and I guess the Anthony Hamilton track and the tracks towards the end. But I knew I wouldnt like the album much because I didnt like 4eva N A Day much either.

    Im still rooting for KRIT and respect dude heavily but I dunno. Spitta really impressed me with his joint while KRIT kinda let me down. Spitta had to make it up anyway cuz his last good project was Covert Coup. Verde Terrace and Weekend At Burnies were kinda weak. But overall, ima still be checking for KRIT.

  • indeed… i got that homie disc & its dope!

    much love to the homie & much success

  • Chubby

    ….stop comparing Currency’s album to krit… dudes been in the game for like 12 yrs… and atleast 7 yrs his elder… give this brotha time and thank ya kindly

  • The Other P

    Meant to pick this & spitta up last week. Will have to hit target or best buy & support these two.

  • Damond

    I bought this because he graced us with three nice mixtapes for free. Keep doing your thing KRIT, you have my support.

  • But if the whole album sounded like the last 5 songs, then there wouldn’t be any variety, and the sales we see now would’ve been much less. Not everybody wants to hear an album full of songs like that, you have to have variety.

  • Gambino

    When I first listened to the album, I was mad disappointed. But since then it’s been on repeat. He dropped a fucking classic. If y’all don’t like it then take your hate elsewhere.

  • Brahsef

    Only song I don’t like is what you mean, and the hooks are a little too simple throughout the album. Other than that, real solid. 4/5

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  • Hip Hop Delegation

    K.R.I.T. is everything that’s RIGHT with hip-hop…and his major label debut is dope! His album had the perfect mix of soul, lyrical content, trunk music, etc. just like his mixtapes. Nobody is the same 7 days a week. Check out his song “Somedayz” and it’ll explain it all. lol Keep putting out that heat Krizzle!

  • H2FD

    I personally enjoyed Krit’s album, when I listen to his mixtapes and album I here Outkast Southernplayalistic, Aquemini, and Stankonia material. I would want to hear Outkast and Krit on a track or two together. Keep up the good work.

  • jamesrowdy29

    I gave this multible listens. Sorry I didn’t get it on the first weekcause I’m po. But I will buy it. U have meaningful music.