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Hear Big K.R.I.T.'s Slow-Rolling 'New Agenda' With Rick Ross

Rolling Stone premieres the first track in the "Week of K.R.I.T."

Big K.R.I.T.
Andrew Litten
March 3, 2014 11:00 AM ET

Mississippi country-rap auteur Big K.R.I.T. is readying Cadillactica, the follow-up to his critically acclaimed Def Jam debut Live From the Underground. And his new track "New Agenda" indicates he isn't sticking to the underground too much longer. Though the beat is a classic, rustic, peanut-butter-smooth slow-roller from the rapper/producer, it features none other than superstar Rick Ross.

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The pair trade boasts, and you can guess who comes out more modest: K.R.I.T. talks about his white walls and face-blowing speaker set-up, Ross talks about his pit bull's gold teeth and his Rolling Stone cover.

"Twenty-fourteen is all about growth musically and new agendas," K.R.I.T. tells RS. "I'm excited for my supporters to hear the sound I've been creating."

They'll be hearing a lot more in the next few days: Our premiere of "New Agenda" launches the "Week of K.R.I.T.," which will see the release of seven new tracks online through Sunday.

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