Big K.R.I.T. probably knows how young someone can die of old age. The Mississippi native's depressing depictions of growing up poor in America on "Good Enough," "They Got Us," and "Children Of The World" make it sound like he's seen way too much in his 23 years. But his thoughtful perspective and youthful exuberance on "Hometown Hero" and "Country Shit" make it clear that he's far from dwelling on life's various ills. As he says so succinctly on "Viktorious," "My lyrical content is crazy. I'm making my own beats. What the fuck?"