"The only difference between a winner and a loser is a winner plays until he wins."
Even without a major league album released, that boy Big K.R.I.T. is winning.
Over the last two years, K.R.I.T. has been dangerously constant, dropping two jammin' mixtapes that could have been albums.
Now, the Mississippi-native is getting ready to release his third project in as many years, and judging by the tape’s first release, “Boobie Miles,” his third mixtape/album, 4evaNaDay, will be a classic.
Boobie Miles was a high school football star who ended up in prison. He was infamously featured prominently throughout the 1990 book Friday Night Lights.
K.R.I.T. honors the ex-football star by spitting inspirational, sports-heavy metaphors over an over-flowing, jazzy saxophone.
Big K.R.I.T. talked more about the song on his SoundCloud page, writing:
the 1st song i wanted 2 release from #4evaNaDay is called Boobie Miles. Its about over coming all the obstacles that block your dreams, the sacrifices that come with how hard you have to go to obtain your goal, giving your all no matter what the situation, the only difference between a winner N a loser is a winner plays until he wins - K.R.I.T.
4evaNaDay drops February 20th. An early look at the tracklist has already leaked and can be seen below. You might have to zoom in.
K.R.I.T.'s major league debut, Live from the Underground, which will drop on Def Jam, is supposed to come out later this year.