From our music, you can always expect a Metaphorical smooth edgy and sometimes controversial delivery. Although we’re from the south, we’re different. The mixtape and Album we’re working on now is going to show that in every aspect.
Live Interview Episode #406: A.V.A Live Radio Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax http://tobtr.com/9682373
GETTING TO KNOW YUNG CUZZIN
by Jacqueline Jax host of A.V.A Live Radio
(of the group Cuzzin-X) Knockumentry Music Productions
I feel the music business is exactly what it says it is. MUSIC. BUSINESS. It’s always evolving and if you’re not able to evolve with it, you shouldn’t be involved with it. I’ve went through the typical ups and down all artists go through. But throughout my career as an artist, I’ve built some lasting relationships with everyone I’ve come in contact with. I am still connected to almost every person I was involved with musically. I can’t necessarily say anything about my cons except I took them as a learning experience.
Go or Go…
This song is about introducing the courtship back into the mainstream, pre coital, coital, and post coital without being too disrespectful and vulgar.
The backstory is CitizenX, (other group member) wanted to do something out of the ordinary, he’s more of the unconfined mind. We got together, hooked up with Leon lyrics and Logan Chapman. It was so much raw creativity involved until the song almost made itself.
The music scene in my city is hot! We have a lot of artists in our city that have their own shine! And that’s all genres of music. Shout out to EVERY ARTIST from Duval County!!! I can’t name everyone, because if I forget somebody, I’ll feel bad. Our DJs are pillars in our music communities. Can’t say nothing bad about our music scene because you see the work every artist puts into their projects. If you Google an established artist or DJ from Jacksonville Florida you’ll see exactly what I mean. We have a few places to go to, it just depends on what you’re into. But it’s something here for everyone…
I would love to have 5 minutes alone with…
Sean “Puffy” Combs. I’m an 80’s baby. Being a fan of hip-hop since as far back as I can remember, he’s been there. He was able to create, diversify, and recreate himself and his label to keep up with the ever evolving music business. He also has other business ventures that are known and unknown that are successful and he’s still a down to earth person even with all the fame and fortune. I respect and that and it inspires me to keep pushing to become successful in this business at all costs.