Not long after the release of his latest mixtape 4Eva N A Day, Big K.R.I.T. has unleashed what will be his next proper single (presumably from his first proper album Live From The Underground). “I Got This” is much more pumped up and party-starting than anything from 4Eva N A Day, and this seems to support the idea that he’s been saving all his big hits for the release of his first true album. K.R.I.T. has uploaded the song in both the explicit version and clean version, where the line “fuck these haters and fuck these hoes” is quite comically changed to “get this paper and slam these doors.” The fact that there is a clean form leads me to believe they’re going to push this on radio, and I have a feeling it could have some success. K.R.I.T. hasn’t given any info on when it will be released, but you can stream both versions below.
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