Big K.R.I.T. ft. Bun B & Ludacris - Country Sh*t (Remix)

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ReturnOf4Eva

With the recent release of ReturnOf4Eva, K.R.I.T. has been buzzing all throughout the south not to mention the rest of the country. Although the album showcases tracks that speak to people lyrically like Dreamin and American Rap Star, the Mississippi native also lets the world know about his roots by remixing his previously-released Country Sh*t (off KRIT Wuz Here). This time around he brings along two fellow South of the Mason-Dixon line rappers in Ludacris and Bun B and the result is another sub-bumping trunk banger that puts some south in your mouth! Produced by Krizza himself, the beat is still the soul sampled, heavy bass, riding inspired instrumental we love him for, and with solid 16s from Bun and Luda, along with a brand new verse from the headliner, these two veterans can only help this truly become a Dirty South anthem. While K.R.I.T. can speak on deep situations and feelings that we can all relate to, his UGK-ish riders are always a reason to celebrate for Southern music enthusiasts like me. Fans can find more timeless music on ReturnOf4Eva available for free download now.

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