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Big K.R.I.T. Announces New Double Album '4eva Is a Mighty Long Time'

K.R.I.T. season is upon us.

Mississippi spitter and longtime DJBooth favorite Big K.R.I.T. has announced that his long-awaited third full-length studio album, 4eva Is a Mighty Long Time, will be released on Friday, October 27.

The 22-track, double album—yes, a double album!—will be K.R.I.T.'s first non-mixtape release since 2014's Cadillactica, which was his last project as a Def Jam artist. The 31-year-old parted ways with his one-time major label home in 2016.

To date, K.R.I.T. has released two tracks from the LP; the downtrodden, gritty "Confetti" and the feel good, gospel-influenced "Keep The Devil Off."



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4eva Is a Mighty Long Time is currently available for pre-order on iTunes.



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