After the recent release of his It's Better This Way mixtape, Big K.R.I.T. had another jewel to drop before the month ended. He enlisted North Carolina rapper Rapsody for his latest track "Guillotine Flow," produced by 9th Wonder. We have yet to learn if the song will be listed on any upcoming project. Stay posted on Zumic for more information.
For those who don't know Rapsody, she is a female rapper hailing from Snow Hill, NC and is signed to 9th Wonder's independent label, Jamla Records. This isn't her first time collabing with K.R.I.T. A remix of her song "Lonely Thoughts" featured K.R.I.T. and Chance The Rapper. She also was featured on Kendrick Lamar's critically-acclaimed 2015 album, To Pimp a Butterfly, on the song "Complexion (A Zulu Love)."
"Guillotine Flow" features the two southern rappers trading lyrical darts over 9th Wonder's soulful production. While K.R.I.T. showcases his internal rhyme skills, Rapsody may have stole the show with her clever lines. She even makes a subliminal reference to Drake and Meek Mill as she raps:
Hotline bling and ain’t nobody answering your calls
How meek of you niggas not to answer me at all, I feel a way
But the album comin’ so I’ll save it for another day
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