Cadillactica

Big K.R.I.T. - Cadillactica
Critic Score
Based on 11 reviews
2014 Ratings: #43 / 845
User Score
Based on 104 ratings
2014 Ratings: #97
November 11, 2014 / Release Date
LP / Format
Def Jam, Cinematic Music Group / Label
Hip Hop / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

90
HipHopDX
K.R.I.T. isn’t slept on, but he’s proven again that he should have a bigger bandwagon by now.
90
PopMatters

An intriguing concept, exceptional production, and captivating lyricism ensure that a trip to Cadillactica is one that will stick with you for life.

90
AllHipHop

Cadillactica is the one of the best albums released this year, and the best album from a southern hip hop artist in years.

83
Consequence of Sound

Cadillactica ... is a confident piece of work even during the slower jazz rap sections.

80
Exclaim!

Cadillactica surpasses the rudimentary purpose of filling his sophomore album slot, sending fans swirling through a textured orbit of flavourful production and detailed storytelling.

80
AllMusic

Cadillactica is an album where an artist launches a superior second act while losing none of the essential elements that made the first so powerful.

80
XXL

Even without much mainstream appeal, K.R.I.T.’S relatability keeps it accessible, and ultimately, Cadillactica proves to be something the game barely knew it needed.

75
Pitchfork
It’s no doubt a conservative record, maybe even a deeply unfashionable one, but much of its strength lies in the fact that it sounds different from everyone else out there.
70
Complex

While Cadillactica is, overall, K.R.I.T.'s modest trump of Live From the Underground, the album's Grade A cuts are hardly a match for the last album's highest-highs.

Z.Younk
92
Big K.R.I.T. has been cranking out underground gems for years, long before even his last studio LP, Live From The Underground. Many consider him the southern rival to Kendrick Lamar for the throne, and in 2014, Krizzle seems to come out the victor. He is at the top of his game, recruiting few others such as DJ Dahi to help with production. Still he spits sharp lyrics that far surpass what other emcees could do with the same beats. KRIT remains intellectually stimulating, this time using the ... read more
PreeMo
75
Vast improvement over his debut album, but it still had the same flaw...obviously understandable that he dropped off Def Jam...
87
Yes he's given his props, but not enough. Spacey, unorthodox production, seamless flow from song to song despite a stunning variety of tracks. Excellent blend of southern musical style and Outkast-like ethereal brilliance. Hard to describe, but very good.
unknownpleasure
77
Too many people sleeping on K.R.I.T.
99
what up krit
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Track List

  1. Kreation (Intro)
  2. Life
  3. My Sub Pt. 3 (Big Bang)
  4. Cadillactica
  5. Soul Food (featuring Raphael Saadiq)
  6. Pay Attention (featuring Rico Love)
  7. King of the South
  8. Mind Control (featuring E-40 and Wiz Khalifa)
  9. Standby (Interlude)
  10. Do You Love Me for Real (featuring Mara Hruby)
  11. Third Eye
  12. Mo Better Cool (featuring Devin the Dude, Big Sant and Bun B)
  13. Angels
  14. Saturdays = Celebration (featuring Jamie N Commons)
  15. Lost Generation (featuring Lupe Fiasco)
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