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Big K.R.I.T is a hip-hop artist from Mississippi, the state that just changed their state flag. He also is a producer who makes his own beats for the mixtapes and albums. This album was released off Def Jam Recordings in 2014, on November 10th, the Marine Corps birthday. Most of this album was produced by Big K.R.I.T himself and the theme is cool and just vibes well with me. It’s a story about his own planet, called “Cadillactica”. Big K.R.I.T pitched two no-hitters in little league according to vibe magazine, which is something cool because I was a little leaguer counting my strikeouts I got when I pitched. This album had the best buy bonus track that I got with the purchase, titled “Let It Show” which ends the album great, it’s on Spotify now too. The best songs from the album are probably “Life” or “King of The South”, plus this is by far my favorite album from him. His debut mixtape/album “Krit Was Here” is amazing too and was what got me following his career in music. I bought this CD for the car back in 2014 on that day it came out and the store worker at Best Buy even said “I was waiting for someone to buy that album” to me when I bought it. I love album cover art and this one is probably the best you could get in my opinion because of space/universe vibe it has. This album is hard to just pick only 7 songs also because of great all the songs are. "I wouldn't say that. “Cadillactica” is a free-floating album in a way where I felt like I was able to talk about whatever I wanted because I created a planet to do so. Cadillactica is a planet that I created, which is my conscious mind. It's where all my creative thoughts come from." (respect-mag.com, 2014). “Cadillactica” peaked at number 5 on the Billboard charts and hit number 1 on the hip-hop charts.