Big K.R.I.T has been paving his own lane throughout his career. He's earned the luxury to work at his own pace without having to do anything extra in order to promote his work. At this point in his career, K.R.I.T's consistency has earned the trust of his fans and they know that regardless of when they have to wait for new music from him, it'll be worth the wait. Over the past month, Big K.R.I.T has been blessing fans with a new EP on a bi-weekly schedule. On Friday, he released Trifecta -- which seems to be the third and final installment on his string of EPs.
One track in particular that stands out from the three-song set is K.R.I.T's, "1 Oh Oh." The track is a soulful effort that was produced by Rico Love and Jim Jonsin. The rapper details breaking up with a ride-or-die woman and continuing to uplift her despite the fact they aren't together. It's a heartfelt highlight off of the album and another example of K.R.I.T's incredible pen game.
Tossin' and turnin', your incense is burnin'
A lot of learnin' about each other now
We were best friends before we was lovers
So how could we bring each other down