Since splitting from Def Jam Recordings last year, Big K.R.I.T.’s musical output has slowed to a snail’s pace. He’s only popped up for an occasional guest spot or loosie, and his last full-length album was 2014’s Cadillactica. According to a tweet from longtime manager Dutch DeNiro, that’s about to change.
On Thursday night (August 17), he wrote, “Big K.R.I.T. album officially done and turned in.”
Big K.R.I.T. album officially done and turned in.
— Dutch ✊ (@dutchington) August 18, 2017
So far, there are no other details on the project, although he recently posted a pic of himself with Memphis producer Drumma Boy to Instagram.
Among the Southern spitter’s recent work was solo track “Free Agent,” which dropped in October 2016, and appearances on Keyon Harrold’s “Stay This Way,” Lupe Fiasco’s Drogas Light and Dizzy Wright’s The Golden Age 2.