Big Na: Announcing Worldwide Release Of “Tired” Featuring Cuzo

Big Na has more than a way with words… His ability to layer and blend rhymes, while maintaining integrity and a smooth flow, is reminiscent of The Notorious B.I.G. ~K*Chele

Big Na, (CO/CEO-Rap Artist), knows the issues, goals and concerns of front line Artist, Managers, and other group members. He rose from the bottom to become an executive in this industry today. He demonstrates experience at every level of this business. Working together with Styles, they conduct in-depth analysis required to know if an idea makes sense. His insights provide valuable information that inspires, persuades, and influence all the Artist. With clear direction the team can really pull together and make it happen.

Off the upcoming album AMERICAN HUSTLE
Here’s the WORLDWIDE video release of: “Tired” by Big Na featuring Cuzo

RockCity South Music Group

Music Group is based on the belief that their customers’ needs are of the utmost importance. The entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals. RockCity South Music Group would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry.

Since 2009, RCSMG has quickly gained recognition in their local hometown and surrounding areas all over the Carolinas. The group has made  debuts at Full House, Ziggy’s, Metropolis Event Center, Club Elite, they have also banged down the walls at Living Stone College, and Club Bentley’s – just to mention a few.

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Posted on September 19, 2012, in K*Chele Magazine, Music News and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I listened to this when you posted the link last week. Anyway…I really liked the song “Tired”! LOVE, LOVE, LOvE Cuzo’s voice!!!! The lyrics are amazing…but when it goes to the other song…..I have to stop it! The use of the N word and the language (I know it’s bleeped, but you still know what they’re saying) is too degrading/disrespectful. There are other ways to get your point across and I wish more artists would understand that! I want music that my daughter and I can listen to together and not have to worry about language and content….inspire the youth, use your talent to teach them!

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