The Mississippi-born rhymer's new heater follows three other K.R.I.T. tracks out this week, as he preps his forthcoming Cadillactica LP.
On "Wolf of Wall Street," the mild mannered, yet lyrically vicious MC teams with "U.O.E.N.O" producer Childish Major for just over two minutes of acute and confident rhymes, aimed at any and everyone willing to go up against him. The 27-year-old goes hard from start to finish, dropping notable quotables like, "Tell 'em I'm 'bout the business/Money over these b-----s/Breaking bread wit' my n----s/Strangers make me suspicious."
For those still uninformed, he repeats the line "b---h I'm 'bout my business," over and over before getting more specific with his targets. "This for them b----s clocking my figures," he raps. "See it, want it and buy it/Muthaf--k how I spend it/I ain't playin wit' busters/Chickens that's known for cluckin'/finger linkin' and suckin.'"
K.R.I.T. tears through the Major beat (complete with wolf howls) so swiftly that he might want to think about linking with the Atlanta beatmaker for more audacious cuts like this.
Cadillactica is due out sometime this year. The "Week of K.R.I.T." continues until Sunday (March 9).
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