UPDATE: The Alex Nazari-directed visuals for Big K.R.I.T.'s Soul Food single have been added.
With Big K.R.I.T.'s sophomore album just two short weeks from release, his fans are likely feeling as restless as diners inhaling the delicious smells from the kitchen as they wait for their orders at a Soul Food restaurant. To ensure y'all don't go hungry in the interim, the Meridian, Mississippi spitter has served up an appetizer that's guaranteed to stick to your ribs. Accompanied by the Southern-fried production of soul man Raphael Saadiq (who also steps out from behind the boards to sing the hook), K.R.I.T. uses the good eats of his childhood as a synecdoche for everything he misses from that more innocent era of his life. For Soul Food, the previously-featured and much more, cop Cadillactica when it drops via Def Jam on Tuesday, November 11.