On Nov. 26, Fox will premiere a documentary titled 89 Blocks, which chronicles the 2016 state high school season of the East St. Louis, Ill. Flyers. To go along with the film, Fox recruited Big K.R.I.T. to deliver a new track titled “Ready for the Next.”

The Terrace Martin and Jared Gutstadt-produced record finds K.R.I.T. delivering the perfect song to get you pumped up to overcome any struggle you encounter.

"I come from the rubble and I (and I)/Know about struggle and I (and I)/Know when it ain't much left (left)/Like how we gon' feed ourselves? (ourselves?)/How we gon' pay these bills? (bills?)/I want my family straight (straight)/Gotta give more than most (most)/I gotta be more than great (great)," he raps.

East St. Louis (Ill.) High's football team is an athletic program that thrives in an afflicted community. 89 Blockscaptures their magical season, as fans get to see the ups and downs that the players,coaches and community go through. The Fox Sports Films documentary is executive produced by Sports Illustrated with LeBron James and Maverick Carter’s Uninterrupted.

The former XXL Freshman released his excellent double album, 4eva Is a Mighty Long Timelast month. The LP features guest appearances from UGK, T.I., CeeLo Green and more.

Bump  “Ready for the Next” below.

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