Big K.R.I.T. Recruits Rapsody For “Guillotine Flow”

“Steel sharpens steel, so I always enjoy creating with the King of the South.”

Big K.R.I.T. Recruits Rapsody For “Guillotine Flow”

Late last week, Big K.R.I.T.'s Kritically Acclaimed tour landed him in North Carolina. While there, he connected with N.C.'s own Rapsody—who he last linked with for the "Lonely Thoughts" remix—and today he has delivered an artifact from their few hours together, a nonchalant one-off titled "Guillotine Flow." Over a sepia toned, soul-sampling beat by 9th Wonder, the two rappers trade pinpoint precise bars. Because, as Rapsody spits during her turn, All I ever needed was that trill guillotine flow.

"Steel sharpens steel, so I always enjoy creating with the King of the South," wrote Rapsody via email to The FADER about the song. "This was a record we definitely got to sharpen our swords on, and just make something dope."

Big K.R.I.T. Recruits Rapsody For “Guillotine Flow”