What does 32 Below, The Fantastic Four, a 86 Monte Carlo, and Bobby Womack’s “Across 110th Street” have to do with Big K.R.I.T.?
Instead of talking about music, Jenesis Magazine decided to talk to K.R.I.T. about one of his favorite subject matters, Pimpin’.
They ask K.R.I.T. what his pimp name would be, what he would name his stable of hoes, what he would say if his hoes was actin up, and we learn how B.B. King’s “Lucille” is highly significant to him, and how The Mack influences a lot of his music.
“Pimpin’ Wit K.R.I.T”