In his latest video for "Soul Food," Big K.R.I.T. remembers the good old days.
As he looks upon his dilapidated family home, the Southern rapper reflects on happier, more carefree days. Barbecued dinners, trampolines and family gatherings abound in the childhood flashbacks.
K.R.I.T. obviously remembers where he grew up fondly, treating the video with some serious love — because as he says so himself, "If it ain't made with love, then it ain't fit to serve."
The track, which comes boasting a guest spot from Raphael Saadiq, appears on K.R.I.T.'s recent Cadillactica LP, which is out now via Cinematic/Def Jam. Check out the video for "Soul Food" below.