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Bizzy Crook Is Numb to his feelings & would rather “cry In a Rari” (feat. C Stunna)

Going through life not knowing who genuinely rides for you, Bizzy Crook details having to let go of his past to fully reach his potential in new single, “Cry in a Rari” featuring rising Fort Myers, FL rapper C Stunna. Letting go of those who we think are meant for us is one of the hardest lessons an individual has to go through; but Bizzy Crook found a way to see the positive in that. Crook understands that to reach the highest level of success in his career, he has to leave people behind so that he is fully focused on his future. Bizzy Crook is not an artist that is willing to sell himself short to keep a few people around, he would much rather ‘cry in a rari’ knowing that he’s achieved success on his own.

“Being Broke is hard, getting rich is hard. I just feel like we gotta choose our hand. Sometimes we gotta let go of the people we think we love, to really level up. Grind through the pain is my motto.”

Bizzy Crook on moving forward.

Cry In A Rari serves as the 9th release for Bizzy Crook’s weekly new music series. Beginning back in December 2020, Crook began releasing new music for his fans to enjoy each and every Friday exclusively through popular streaming platform Audiomack.

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