Clearly Big K.R.I.T. season is upon us. Today (Oct. 20), two weeks after unleashing his new song "Keep The Devil Off (Take 1)," K.R.I.T. pulls up with "Aux Cord," an interstellar DJ Khalil-produced cut from his forthcoming 4eva Is a Mighty Long Time album.

The new track is K.R.I.T.'s ode to soul and R&B, with lyrics focusing on the two genres' ability to take you away, heal and even give life.

"New bird, the Wildflower was that jamming shit by far/And Eddie Kendricks' voice will have you singing in your car/I know, I know, I know Marvin played at your home/But that's the reason why your parents had to get it on/That's the reason why you're probably here anyway/Don't fret, you can play that bullshit any day," he spits on the track, which feels sort of like K.R.I.T.'s tour of a Motown museum.

"Aux Cord" is the 10th track on the first part of the former XXL Freshman's highly anticipated double album, and it's a sign he's not taking the project lightly. "Keep The Devil Off" features similarly on-point bars and a powerful message.

4eva Is a Mighty Long Time is set to feature 22 tracks devoid of any features, and it will drop next Friday (Oct. 27). Check out "Aux Cord" for yourself below, and cop the track and pre-order the album on iTunes. Check out K.R.I.T.'s other new song "Confetti" when you're done with that.

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