One week after the release of Live from the Underground, Big K.R.I.T. drops a 10 minute documentary on the making of his debut album. From beat making to a studio session with the legendary B.B. King, to reminiscing when he got booed during a performance in NY, catch a glimpse of how Live from the Underground unfolded. Current stats for Live from the Underground: #1 on the R&B/Hip Hop Albums and Rap Albums, #1 album on Itunes, #2 on the Digital albums viagra for free australia charts, and #5 on the Billboard 200. I’ve been hearing a lot of chatter saying Hip Hop is dead, again. Not so if an artist of any kind is pushing numbers as mentioned above. As well, Curren$y took the #2 spots on the Rap and R&B/Hip Hop album charts with his debut album, The Stoned Immaculate. Both MC’s had nothing but love for each other when their albums dropped on the same day.