As you can see, this King is remembered in time more in the mixtape category. Maybe it’s because the Mississippi heavyweight is allowed to remain in his comfort zone. Armed with complete creative control, K.R.I.T. mans his own production and doesn’t hesitate penning his passion. Mr. Scott displays his vocals on the hook of the soothing opener “Wake Up Saxaphone” and joy rides over the UGK influence-sounding “Me & My Old School.” K.R.I.T. kicks it into high gear on the reflectful “1986” and turns it up until the knob breaks on the soulful title track. On a serious note, the Def Jam artist addresses his label on “Handwritten”, tackles relationships on “Red Eye”, remembers lost loved ones on “Yesterday”, and shares motivation on the inspiring “Boobie Miles”. Southern hospitality at its finest.