Big Smo Lyrics

Big Smo Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Rednecks Got It Right (feat. Haden Carpenter)
2 Nutha Round (skit)
3 Outro
4 Intro
5 Lawdy Lawdy
6 Meet Me In The Mud
7 Kickin It In Tennessee
8 Ghetto Christmas (Feat Orig)
9 Bout It, Bout It
10 My Place (feat. Darius Rucker)
11 Kuntry Folk
12 Kuntry Boys (feat. Lil Wyte & JellyRoll)
13 Shake It (Feat Nitty Da Hitman & 6-5)
14 Lost Soul
15 Redneck Rich
16 You Can't Hide
17 Buckin On Em (feat. Mr Sneed & Relapse)
18 Click Clack
19 We Wylin' Tonight
20 Who I'll Be
21 It's On
22 Hard Lesson
23 Respect My Gangsta
24 Got Me
25 Ain't Nothin' Free
26 Wyle Out
27 Fly Away (feat. MJ & TD)
28 My Life
29 Know ME
30 I'm So Kuntry
31 Win or Die
32 C.W.G. (feat. Haystak)
33 Fantasy Gurl (Feat Jr)
34 Let Me Break It Down
35 Cover My Eyes (feat. Haden Carpenter)
36 Story
37 Can't Do It Like Us (feat. Relapse)
38 How We Get Down (Feat Orig)
40 Down In The Backwoods
41 Burnin' Money
42 Muzik Reborn (feat. Izzy White)
43 True South Pimp
44 Married to the Hustle
45 Come On (feat. Frankie Ballard)
46 Quittin Time (intro)
47 Last Call (outro)
48 Papers and Wraps (Feat Orig & Ghost)
49 I Am the King!
50 Workin' (feat. Alexander King)
51 Honky Tonkin
52 Boss of the Stix
53 Get That Money (Feat Phill-a-mill & Syco-l)
54 I Keep It Gully
55 Bumpy Road
56 Old Dirt Road (feat. CB3)
57 Kick Mud
58 Battle of the Fittest
59 Hip Hop
60 Hick Ross
61 My Life In A Jar (feat. CB3)
62 Drive Fast
63 Family
64 I Do This
65 Anything Goes (feat. Alexander King)
66 Small Town
67 Grass Roots (feat. Twang)
68 Life Goes On (Feat Dawn Freeman)
69 S. to the M.O.
70 Bringin' It Home
71 American Made (feat. CB3)
72 Wanna Shuck (feat. Jolie Bell)
73 Tennessee (Feat Phill-a-mill)
74 Shine' N Gliss
75 Rebel Road
76 Boss Of Tha Stix (feat. Mr. Sneed)
77 Turn Your Back (feat. Jayme Pearl)
78 Feel This
79 Dedication

Big Smo Bio

In 2002 Big Smo self released his first album, “Kuntry Kitchen” named after the historical county store located on “The Kuntry Ranch” a 32 acre farm complete with heads of cattle and openpastures backed by fish filled ponds and the gorgeous Tennessee mountains. The album received rave reviews and Big Smo was on his way to becoming a local independent force. A few years later he released his sophomore album, “The True South”, a crossover album that blends his street experience with his backwood southern roots.