Big K.R.I.T. Explains Album Push Back

By: 09.13.11  •  20 Comments

Big K.R.I.T. sat down with XXL to talk the reasons why Live From The Underground got pushed back until early next year. The MC explains that touring has taken away recording time and the process has been slowed by sample clearances, which K.R.I.T. says “tracking down the person that owns the publishing has become a task. It’s just something I’m not quite used to dealing with.” Fear not, he mentions the possibility of an EP releasing and reveals “there’s two features that came up that I had the opportunity to work with. I ain’t gonna mention who they are—they super, duper legends, put it like that.”

For what it’s worth, I’ll wait. Quality over quantity seems the be standard K.R.I.T. abides by and there’s no need to lower the levels to appease the label, fans or anyone else. In the meanwhile, I need to find a way to get my hands on a GoodTalk tee.

Previously: Big K.R.I.T.’s Def Jam Debut Pushed Back To 2012

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