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Big K.R.I.T. Surprises Fans With 12 New Freestyles in 12 Hours

Stream all of the freestyles in Mississippi-bred, Booth favorite's new #12FOR12 series.
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The holiday weekend may be over, but Big K.R.I.T.'s got the relief that your post-4th mental state requires.

The longtime Booth fave will be releasing twelve brand new freestyles in the span of twelve hours, as part of a brand new series he's appropriately dubbed #12FOR12.

All 12 offering will be available as they're released through the playlist below, via Audiomack. Enjoy!

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