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Praying Man - Big K.R.I.T. - Live From The Underground (CD, Album)

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  1. Jun 04,  · Unfortunately, Big K.R.I.T. -- whose initials stand for King Remembered In Time -- falls short on his first album, "Live from the Underground." The rapper produced all 16 tracks, but the collection of songs doesn't measure up to his previous mixtape efforts.
  2. Lyrics to Praying Man by Big K.R.I.T. from the Live from the Underground album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  3. I think I hear a praying man coming A praying man coming Sometimes I couldn't read the signs My people done left me behind I think I hear a praying man coming I think I hear a praying man coming Driving along the road He asked me what I was running from and where I was trying to go "Well I was working in the field and one of my kinfolk just got.
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  5. I think I hear a praying man coming A praying man coming Sometimes I couldn't read the signs My people done left me behind I think I hear a praying man coming I think I hear a praying man coming [Verse 1: Big Krit] Stumble along the path, he emerged from the grass Stopped at me and asked why so sad Perhaps because they had taken what I had.
  6. Watch the video for Praying Man from Big K.R.I.T.'s Live From The Underground for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  7. With his first studio album, Live From The Underground, K.R.I.T. stays true to his winning formula. He does so by producing a collection of records that continues to build on the musical history of the South, while simultaneously showcasing his personal beliefs and background in an honest and open way. K.R.I.T. also called upon some of hip-hop and r&b s heavyweights to bless the album /5(96).
  8. Jun 05,  · KRIT is from Mississippi and this song is talking about the evils of the Jim Crow era and Slavery, things that thrived in Mississippi. Each verse depicts a different scenario involving a black.
  9. Recalling a time when UGK and Scarface were the dominating Southern sound, Mississippi rapper/producer Big K.R.I.T. -- which stands for King Remembered In Time -- stone-cold rapped his way up through the mixtape underground, keeping quality control at top level by riding his own beats and delivering those right-clickable, free releases that came with the solid structure of something issued by 7/

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