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Big K.R.I.T’s debut LP streams on NPR before release

May 29, 2012

Big K.R.I.T, who is incidentally handling judging duties at the Red Bull EmSee National Finals in Atlanta this evening, is readying his debut major release, Live From the Underground, on Cinematic/Def Jam for June 5. In the meantime, courtesy of NPR, the whole album is available for streaming. Check out their page on NPR.org.

posted: May 29th, 2012, 11:01am



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