As Sister Sledge so famously said, “We are family”, and it’s a motto that the Big K.R.I.T. la familia clearly live by. With K.R.I.T.‘s Live From the Underground album hitting #1 status it’s time for his frequent partner in rhyme Big SANT to step into the spotlight, starting with guaranteed head-nodder 2 Much. Krizza (of course) contributes the boardwork, throwing down a thoroughly Southern beat that practically drowns in bass on the hook. Not to be outdone, SANT proves more than up to the task, letting loose rhymes that treat greed like the only sin worth having. Good news: there’s a lot more where 2 Much came from on the way as we travel the road to the release of Sant’s currently unscheduled MFxOG album.
Written by Nathan S. on 07/18/12
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