Big K.R.I.T. is riding around a 'hood near you in his Cadillac with subwoofers blasting his latest singles "My Sub Pt. 3 (Big Bang)" and "King of the South." The two singles represent the unique elements of the Southern-bred artist, one featuring heavy, chest-thumping bass and the other laced with raw lyrics. In the DRE Films-directed video our Mississippi rapper showcases his love for cars and the home base.
In the first part of the video for "My Sub Pt. 3 (Big Bang)," K.R.I.T. raps about his sub (duh), while two friends soup up their old school cars for a ride around town. "This is how it all started way back / First the boomin' voice then the bass crack, 808 / And that's when we first started fire / Cause the speakers wasn't grounded and he fried all the wires," he raps. Even Lil Terio makes an appearance in the visuals before everything switches to a darker tone for "King of the South." Things get serious as K.R.I.T. ends his visual package on a fiery note, rapping in front of a burning car.
This time he's crowing himself king and at the end of last month Big K.R.I.T. was showing off his "86," also from his 2014 album Cadillactica. To continue his reign, K.R.I.T. kicks off his 38 stop Kritically Acclaimed Tour on October 22nd in Norfolk, VA, and you can find out if he'll be in a city near you over on his website. Watch Big K.R.I.T.'s double dose of a video for "My Sub Pt. 3 (Big Bang)" and "King of the South" right here, and let us know if it pops like his subwoofers or falls flat.